EU proposes to require eCall tech in new vehicles

06/14/2013 | CIO.com · GigaOm

The EU wants all new vehicles to have eCall emergency technology beginning in October 2015. The European Commission says there will be no data monitoring of emergency calls made with the eCall technology in cars. Meanwhile, the GSMA forecasts that the market for connected-car technology will triple from 2012 to $51.91 billion in 2018.

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