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Monday, June 09, 2014
Toyota, Panasonic Cloud Service Links Cars to Home Appliances


Toyota Motor Corp. and Panasonic Corp. are jointly developing a service that links cars with home appliances, set for launch as soon as the second half of this year.

Last June, the two companies agreed to co-develop services for next-generation telematics systems that link cars to home appliances. Since then, the companies have developed an interface to link their respective cloud services.

They have also laid the groundwork for new services, including development of apps for in-car operation and status checking of home appliances. For example, an app linked with vehicle GPS data will remind the user to turn off the air conditioner before leaving and also enable the user to turn it on remotely from the vehicle before arriving home.

Toyota said it will leverage its cloud-based Toyota Smart Center, which links people, cars, and homes.



In the future, the two companies will continue to leverage their strengths and work toward smarter mobility where people, cars, homes and communities are linked through cloud-based services.

The new service currently being developed will be displayed at the Toyota booth at Smart Community Japan 2014, which will be held at Tokyo Big Sight in the capital's Koto Ward from June 18 to 20.




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