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25 August 2016
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Bright box team is headed to Shanghai
Bright box team is headed to Shanghai

From August 25–27 the Remoto product and technology team is excited to showcase our solution at the 2016 Mobile & Mobility China (MMC)and 3rd APEC Internet of Vehicles Symposium (APEC-IOV).

Bright box will present Remoto, a global connected car solution that comprises all components that an automobile manufacturer needs: a certified Telematic Control Unit (TCU) to be installed in the vehicles, a web-based control panel and a customer app for the vehicle's owner to control and track it remotely. Each visitor will be able to switch on the ignition, open the doors or turn on the heating of car located in Moscow using the application.

In addition Ms. Kimberly Yi, Director of Sales, BrightBox China will reported about Safety of remote control car as increasing of loyalty in after-service market. As representative of BrightBox Ms. Kimberly Yi is going to tell about much more safety of remote control solutions and deeper deployment of connected car’s tool for after service market.

Remoto has already been successfully deployed by several automakers, including Infiniti, KIA, and Nissan. The "connected car" platform from bright box is in trial operation by many vehicle manufacturers around the world, from Europe through the Middle East to Asia. Previously, the platform was presented at Connected Car exhibitions in Amterdam, TU-Automotive in Berlin, Connected Vehicles in Shanghai, and the Frankfurt Motor Show. In Europe the Remoto servers are located in Amsterdam and run on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform.

Booth 7003

Shanghai New International Expo Center (Exhibition Hall W5)


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