jacapps, Ford To Hold 'Connected Car Hackathon' At NAB Show

All Access Music Group:  jacapps and FORD MOTOR COMPANY are producing a "Connected Car Hackathon" at the NAB SHOW in LAS VEGAS later this month.  The competition will pit coders and developers against each other to develop better dashboard solutions for consumption of audio and video content in cars, including future autonomous vehicles.
jacapps COO BOB KERNEN, who will be one of the judges, said, "FORD has led the way in the Connected Car since the beginning. As a partner in the FORD Developer Program, jacapps is dedicated to helping provide solutions for broadcasters to ensure their presence, whether it's via AM/FM radio, mobile applications, or other solutions being developed. Events like the Hackathon will bring broadcasters inside of the process to better understand the necessity to develop an in-car mobile strategy."  Full Article:

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