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Day 2 – American Journey 2.0 Road Trip to Maker Faire
Wheh! What a long day today. Started off great in the morning at Northwestern University showing off the Ford Fiestas and the Fiestaware platform, built on Windows 7 and Microsoft Robotics Studio , to engineering students and anyone else passing by. We gave a lot of demos, handed out...
15 May 2010
Ford, UofMichigan, and Microsoft kick off the American Journey 2.0 Road Trip to Maker Faire today
The American Journey 2.0 road trip to from Ann Arbor, Michigan, to Maker Faire in San Mateo, California, finally kicked off today! This day has been a long time coming (my own involvement goes back 2 years or so), but it’s certain been a fun project to be involved in. Note: For more...
14 May 2010
Ford unveils fledgling developer network for SYNC
Really enjoyed the Ford’s Keynote at CES today. Too much to talk about, really. A couple of very quick notes: It was fun to see Ford briefly mention the American Journey 2.0 project that I (and others at Microsoft ) have been working with them and the University of Michigan on. ...
7 Jan 2010
I'm so excited about Ford SYNC (aka Windows Automotive)!
I can't wait to get my new Ford with SYNC! See a review here . Pricing is just $395. Learn more about SYNC here here . In one way or another, I've been involved in this domain for the last 7 years. In fact, I moved from Seattle to join Ford back in 2000 mostly because I was excited about the potential...
26 Oct 2007
Siemens and Microsoft team up on in-vehicle computing
Technorati Tags: Cars , Automotive , In-vehicle software , manufacturing , Car OS Interesting story came out today here . It's interesting for a few reasons: Siemens VDO (the automotive unit) will build solutions for Auto OEMs on Microsoft's consumer focused, in-vehicle computing platform. This...
7 Sep 2007
Toyota's Car OS vs. Ford's Sync (Microsoft Windows Automotive), Part 2
Welcome back for Part 2! I didn't expect this to be a series when I wrote the original post , but two things happened recently that might (I hope :-) ) make a second post interesting. First, Reuters picked up a story from the Nikkei business daily headlined "Toyota plans standards for in-car software...
4 Apr 2007
Toyota's Car OS vs. Ford's Sync (Microsoft Windows Automotive)
Ok -- let me come clean right up front: the headline here is slightly misleading because Toyota's Car OS and Ford's Sync are not really directly comparable. For one thing, Toyota's Car OS does not appear to exist yet -- though it reportedly is under development. They also have a somewhat different (but...
6 Feb 2007
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