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SAP revs up connected car drive with Toyota, VeriFone

3/07/2014 by

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SAP is gearing up to tackle another spot along its connected car roadmap for long-term sustainability.

Announced amid the SAP Automotive Forum in Leipzig, Germany this week, the software giant is teaming up with Toyota and VeriFone on a project that could help in the reduction of fuel consumption — all thanks to a few apps and extra data.

The collaboration consists of an in-car display, which can actually be visualized from a panel built into the car or simply on a mobile device. The enhanced dashboard on the dashboard can then bring up at-a-glance stats on fuel levels while tapping into location-aware information, such as nearby gas stations and personalised coupons.

The software and data processing behind the panel will be based on SAP’s flagship HANA Cloud Platform, using Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to connect to nearby devices. Toyota will be responsible for the telematics data while VeriFone will provide point-of-sale technology.

Right now, the Toyota-VeriFone collaboration as well as a similar innovation investment with Volkswagen AG announced today are still in prototype testing mode.

This week’s news follows a few other developments in June targeting the automotive industry through an amalgam of cloud, mobile and big data products.

SAP previously unveiled an electric vehicle program designed to encourage employees to lease electric cars.

SAP reps noted that the company’s own car count stood at approximately 22,000 last year, accounting for nearly a quarter of the corporation’s entire CO2 emissions.

Along with financial incentives to move the electric car adoption along, SAP also plans to plant more charging stations powered by renewable electricity sources for employee use.

By 2020, SAP asserted it plans to achieve the following goal: one in five company cars will run on electrically-powered engines.

This article has been extracted from http://www.zdnet.com, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.zdnet.com/sap-revs-up-connected-car-drive-with-toyota-verifone-7000031077/

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