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BMW upgrades ConnectedDrive

BMW has announced that it has restructured and upgraded its ConnectedDrive in car Internet system. Beginning now, it has Black Nike Vapormax

begun rolling out a set of three optional media packages that will bring new levels of online connectivity to its cars.The first package includes sat nav and BMW's Emergency Call. Should you have an accident, the car senses the car's location, how many people are in the car and the severity of the impact, then automatically calls a BMW operator to report what's happened and allow them to coordinate the appropriate emergency response.Emergency call will become mandatory for all new cars sold in Europe by 2015. However, the EU wants to introduce a standardised low tech version that just automatically calls 112, effectively outlawing BMW's more high tech system a situation that the firm is working to rectify.Next, the Media Package Business Plus adds online services and remote services. These include the facility to access apps like music streaming service rara, which gives access to a library of 17 million songs while on the move, plus a Mobile Office App which lets you dictate and send emails and text messages using just the SIM card built into the car.The system also allows BMW to send software updates to the car and diagnose Nike Air Vapormax On

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at 95 and 325 respectively. Both are valid for a one year period. The latter allows connection to streaming music services, although a 9.99 monthly charge is expected after the year is up, to cover charges levied by the music industry.As part of the deal, BMW picks up the bill from the in built SIM card, even if you drive the car abroad, so there are no extra roaming charges.Hello future. most functions are nice, BUT essentially gizmos and gimmicks.I think it'd be better to spend "three digit millions of Euros" budget on R of engine/ suspension/ chassis than on lines of code that will surely be outdated in 5 10 years.Even in 5 years time, I'd be more than happy to buy a car WITHOUT the ConnectedDrive or similar "big brother" internet system.If I want apps, streaming etc. I have a Smartphone, that provides better control of functions and expenses, plus is a product with shorter cycle and easily replaceble when becomes outdated or unsuitable.Outdated lines of code are updateable other the air (OTA) the problem for me is the user/driver hardware part. Same with inbuilt GPS when the car is 5 years or more old the tech is outdated and the driver can spend a small amount of money on a better removable unit that can be taken on foot and to other vehicles leaving the lump in the dashboard redundant.The over the air fault diagnosis is great, but there are far better options for music services. My own music collection is already paid for, so is my radio. I'm not paying another tenner a month for the same stuff.I think the automatic monitoring of your cars health and updates for the car etc would be useful. I agree with some of the other commentators that apps like music etc are better delivered through smart phones (simply for the reason of choice) but the internet has been a long line of mash ups (maybe the wrong term to use when talking about cars) which have brought about all sorts of useful / exciting and previously unforseen developments. Adding internet access and an updateable system to a car could bring about some interesting advancements.

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faults remotely.The most hi tech Media Package Professional system includes a more detailed sat nav that includes highly detailed real time traffic information that uses mobile phone data.The firm claims ConnectDrive won't add any more to the new price of a car aside from the cost of adding the sat nav option.Instead, BMW plans to recoup the cost of developing the system a figure in "the three digit millions of Euros" according to one BMW insider by selling apps developed by BMW and third party firms, through a bespoke BMW app store accessed either in car or on a special owner's section of the BMW website.BMW has said that the system is extremely secure Simon Euringer, head of ConnectedDrive told us that it'd cost more to hack the system than to buy it in the first place and that it can be updated by BMW to reflect changes in legislation.Euringer Nike Air Vapormax Red added that the new ConnectedDrive had been developed to enhance its new i cars. The i ConnectedDrive includes an intermodal route planner, which lets you know if taking the tube or train is a quicker way of travelling that driving.He confirmed this will be added to ConnectedDrive for regular BMWs in the future. He also said that the firm was also able to do a special ConnectedDrive for M cars, which could include functions that include copying the car setup of one of BMW's DTM drivers when you take your car on a track day.ConnectedDrive is currently available in 11 countries, with the goal to get the system into "around five million BMWs" by 2017, in 24 countries.Buyers who don't require sat nav, but would like to benefit from online connections can add Internet and Online Entertainment, priced Nike Vapormax Black On Black

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