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IoT Time Video: The Secret of Smart Tires from Goodyear

By Ken Briodagh August 19, 2016

In this IoT Evolution Expo keynote, James Euchner, VP, Global Innovation, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., shows how smarter tires are critical to the safety and success of more and more connected vehicles, and leading to automated transportation. 

Smart Cars, Smart Tires. We know it sounds weird, but nothing alerts you to driving conditions better than the spot where the car touches the road. Learn how Goodyear is delivering context to the driving experience and how it is facilitating vehicle maintenance and enabling intelligence to driving, even if the car drives itself.



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