Beth Mosher, director of public affairs for AAA Chicago talks to Peggy about the research that AAA Chicago has found regarding distracted driving.
Johann Hiebl, head of infotainment and connectivity for Continental Automotive talks about the connected car and what he believes we will see from it in the future.
Kevin Link, senior VP for Verizon Telematics continues his conversation with Peggy on how Verizon Telematics is pushing innovation forward when it comes to the connected car.
Kevin Link, senior VP for Verizon Telematics kicks off the show with Peggy at the Connected World Conference and discusses what Verizon Telematics is doing with in-vehicle technology.
Cary White, MKX and navigator consumer marketing manager for Lincoln stops by and discusses what Lincoln is bringing to the 2014 Chicago Auto Show.
Dave Buchko, product and technology communications for BMW talks to Peggy about why BMW stands out from its competition in the 2014 Connected Car of the Year.
Randy Nickel, Connected Products Lead of Accenture tells Peggy about how research shows that people are becoming more interested in the in-vehicle technology features over the vehicle performance.
Learn what Peggy has to say about how the connected-car revolution has progressed and also, Peggy further discusses her thoughts on Google making the big move to acquire Nest.
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Daryl Watkins, vice president, sales for Modus discusses how Modus assists auto insurance companies with implementing usage-based insurance programs.
Rusty Lhamon, director, M2M business for T-Mobile keeps the conversation going with Peggy and tells listeners what is next for T-Mobile and the connected car.
Dimitrios Papadogonas, vice president, marketing for ChargePoint discusses how charging stations play a role in the growth of the electric car.
Lars Thyroff, head of automotive, M2M for Gemalto tells how the company is committed to being a world leader in digital security.
Michael O'Shea, CEO for Abalta Technologies discusses how 2014 will be a very important year for the connected car.
Rahul Patel, VP, mobile wireless connectivity for Broadcom talks to Peggy about what his company's next moves are in the automotive industry.
Jim Bak, analyst and director, community relations for INRIX joins Peggy on the show at CES and lets listeners know how real time traffic data can lead to a better commute for all.
Drue Freeman, SVP, global automotive sales and marketing for NXP Semiconductors discusses what new technologies for the automotive space they recently delved into.
Mark Perini, AVP, product marketing of Magellan speaks with Peggy about how Magellan's navigation technology plays a key role in connected vehicles.
John Horn, President for Raco Wireless returns to the show at CES and gives some insight on what the company is bringing to CES this year.
Andrew Poliak, director, automotive business development for QNX discusses how the company is creating a more personalized experience in the car.
Anupam Malhotra, Senior Manager, Connected Vehicles, Audi of America, discusses Audi's in-vehicle technology and the first to 4G LTE enabled.
Vince Salisbury, The Lexus College Product Education Training Manger, discusses how Lexus plans to educate each buyer with one on one tutorials on how to get the most out of the in-vehicle technology.
Moving Forward With The Connected Car Thom Cannell, senior editor of The Auto Channel, gives his take on how buyers are in influenced in their purchasing decisions by the connected car.
Gregg Garrett, president and CEO of CGS Advisors, discusses his findings from his recent survey on paid connected services in vehicles.
Peggy starts the show off by discussing the 4G LTE cars and the recently formed alliance that hopes to advance the so-called ‘Internet of Everything.’
Peggy begins the show by discussing how insurers are now rolling out discounts for smart-home systems and also how Volvo is planning on going down the path of building autonomous vehicles.
Ron Montoya, consumer advice editor, Edmunds.com, envisions a future where consumers are connected to automakers, carriers, and dealers.