2018 Make It Driveable Challenge Tel Aviv Winners
Fleet Fuel Management Solution and Touch Based Infotainment System Named the Winners of the 2018 Make It Driveable Challenge Tel Aviv. The event took place during the DLD Tel Aviv Innovation Festival, which draws hundreds of high-tech companies, investors and international corporations together. The Challenge attracted more than 140 developers and service providers, with 23 teams from Israel and Europe participating in the two-day challenge.
AppLink is a suite of APIs that provide the ability for mobile developers to extend the command and control of a mobile application to the in-vehicle Human Machine Interface (HMI).

SmartDeviceLink (SDL) is an open-source POSIX-compliant technology platform on which the Ford AppLink product is built and allows it to communicate between applications running on a mobile device and our SYNC in-vehicle software.
OpenXC is a non-production open source interface, designed to attract top developers to experiment with DIY projects in Ford vehicles (with or without SYNC).

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It’s time to drive smarter: Waze makes its fully-integrated big-screen debut on Ford SYNC
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Fleet Fuel Management Solution and Touch Based Infotainment System Named the Winners of the 2018 Make It Driveable Challenge Tel Aviv
TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, September 5, 2018 Ford Motor Company today announced JiFleet Virtual Fuel Management Solution for Fleets , and Inpris
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FordDev Team heads to LA for the 2nd Annual SDL Developer Conference
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