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GM’s new ‘digital nerve system’ will enable over-the-air software updates on all vehicles

The Verge Tuesday, 21 May 2019
GM’s new ‘digital nerve system’ will enable over-the-air software updates on all vehiclesGeneral Motors unveiled a new electronic platform for its vehicles on Monday that’s designed to handle the heavy data loads that will become increasingly necessary as cars get smarter and more autonomous. This new “digital nerve system” will enable smartphone-style over-the-air software updates on all GM vehicles in the next four years, said Mark Reuss, president of GM.

"“It is a real digital nerve system.”"

The new platform will make its debut on the recently unveiled 2020 Cadillac CT5 sedan. After that, it will go into production later this year and should be rolled out to most vehicles within GM’s lineup by 2023.

“It is a real digital nerve system that will deliver the future of connectivity, autonomous vehicles, and cybersecurity,”...
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