- 2018-11-16 ACCESS_Europe - Did you read @rguest4business's latest blog where he answers the question "Will we ever be able to watch live TV in… https://t.co/Nl1uGbfl9h
- 2018-11-14 ACCESS_Europe - #ICYMI Check out pg 19 to see how our in-car #infotainment experience will change and how we'll be consuming conten… https://t.co/FIQQ95J6Uu
- 2018-11-06 ACCESS_Europe - #transformationtuesday Check out pg 19 to see how our in-car #infotainment experience will change and how we'll be… https://t.co/i048zPBJxx
- 2018-11-06 ACCESS_Europe - #ICYMI: @Hayley3V from @3Vision joined us for our webinar on #infotainment. You can now access it on our website:… https://t.co/bd4HSuy80a
- 2018-11-05 ACCESS_Europe - Research by @IHSMarkit reveals that 2/3 of vehicle owners would pay for over the air system updates to improve in-c… https://t.co/QcJxGb4wFa
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May 30, 2018 – By 2020, the global smart home market will be worth over $50 billion, which demonstrates how consumers are embracing IoT technologies and realising how they can make their lives easier. Advancements in technology mean that devices that are central to the home – from CCTV cameras through to smart TVs and washing machines – can be controlled by either a remote, smartphone or tablet.
May 2, 2018 – By 2020, the global in-vehicle infotainment market will reach $52.billion, with personalised entertainment experiences playing a big part in its growth. Consumers are already well accustomed to hyper-personalised services on their mobile devices, which know what type of content they want to watch – from a branded catalogue through to personal content – on a certain device at a specific time.
Robert Guest journeys on the road to in-vehicle infotainment
Published in Vehicle Electronics, November 2018
Media and entertainment services are an integral part of our daily lives, yet they have typically not been included in IoT solutions, why?
Published September 5th, 2018 on Tech trends
Rethink TV has published a report on Reliance Jio Infocomm, which features ACCESS Twine as a technology supplier. The article is behind a paywall and requires a subscription,
Published July 23, 2018 on RethinkTV
Dr Neale Foster, CEO at ACCESS Europe, on the relation of In-vehicle infotainment & the content industry and Key trends shaping in-vehicle infotainment strategies: The car as an extension of multiscreen.
Published July 13, 2018 on videonet
Dr Fleming Lampi shares his vision about interconnectivity and media services in the connected car (article in German).
Published February 2018 in FKT
Dr Neale Foster in Digital TV Europe interview
IBC2017 Content Everywhere Hub: Service design considerations for the multi-screen OTT world
ACCESS' Robert Guest took part in the “Service design considerations for the multi-screen OTT world” panel discussion in the Content Everywhere Hub on September 17.
Multiscreen and IoT for the masses: how to reach 100 million subscribers
Dr Neale Foster, Managing Director and COO of ACCESS Europe, interviewed by CSI Magazine Editor Goran Nastic.
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“ACCESS was demonstrating how multimedia home networking is coming of age thanks to DLNA Premium Video…ACCESS claims first DLNA media sharing with confidence of studios” – John Moulding, Videonet
“Megatrends are making their mark in the video industry, affecting device manufacturers, content distributors and consumers alike. ACCESS understands and is excited about these megatrends” – Business Reporter
“ACCESS takes TV over the top” – Light Reading
“Access takes HbbTV to Germany” – Rapid TV News
“NetFront Living Connect enables users to access digital content across devices within the connected home media network” – Digital TV Europe
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