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Road trip! Cortana to be part of Microsoft’s Connected Vehicle Platform

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Microsoft’s Cortana Finds New Homes In Nissan, BMW Cars Via Connected Vehicle Platform

Microsoft's Cortana Finds New Homes In Nissan, BMW Cars Via Connected Vehicle Platform

– AdvertisementMicrosoft Cortana seems on track to rival intelligent car systems if its announced integration on a Nissan car at CES 2017 is any indication.Cortana And Nissan Self-Driving TechnologyAside from its current capabilities as a smart assistant, buried deep in the Nissan demo were flashes of its power that could lead into its complete takeover of an entire automated vehicle in the same manner it can now take charge of smart homes.In the Nissan demo video, Cortana was asked questions like “What is my schedule?”

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Road trip! Cortana to be part of Microsoft’s Connected Vehicle Platform

Road trip! Cortana to be part of Microsoft's Connected Vehicle Platform

– Microsoft is planning on including Cortana in a cloud-based connected car platform that will allow car manufacturers to offer custom driving experiences.Microsoft’s cloud will take in the necessary information from sensors and spit out information that the auto makers can use to develop tools for drivers.Among the productivity applications that Microsoft is including in its Connected Vehicle Platform are Cortana, Dynamics, Office 365, Power BI and Skype for Business.Microsoft says that with Cortana on board, a person could use the Cortana app on his iOS, android or Windows handset to schedule a meeting with a colleague at a coffee shop the next morning.


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Microsoft’s Connected Vehicle Platform is about much more than Cortana in Nissans

Microsoft’s Connected Vehicle Platform is about much more than Cortana in Nissans

– Turns out the tease was true: Microsoft Cortana is indeed coming to Nissan cars, the auto maker revealed at CES 2017 today.But that’s just the surface.Nissan is actually the first car company to partner with Microsoft on its new Connected Vehicle Platform, a suite of services built on Azure that will help those in the industry “create custom connected driving experiences.”

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