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Helping Carmakers Integrate Mobility Technologies

Carmakers face a huge challenge in integrating advanced mobility, autonomous driving and vehicle connectivity into tomorrow’s vehicles.
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Carmakers face a huge challenge in integrating advanced mobility, autonomous driving and vehicle connectivity into tomorrow’s vehicles.

Samit Ghosh, president and CEO of P3 North America Inc., says the company’s P3 Experience Lab also helps companies evaluate technologies in terms of how they are perceived and will be used by consumers.

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