By Ben Miller, Puget Sound Business Journal
Airbiquity said its smartphone integration and cloud computing technology will integrate with Nissan vehicles’ displays, switches and voice recognition systems.
“Consumer expectations regarding smartphones, apps, services and cloud content being part of their driving experience are fueling increased interest in connected car features. Airbiquity’s Smartphone Integration solution enables Nissan to meet this demand,” said Kamyar Moinzadeh, CEO of Airbiquity, in a statement. Look for the 2014 Altima to be equipped with Airbiquity technology.