An Integrated Vehicle Servicing and Breakdown Assistance System

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    Integrated connected car management system (ICCMS) technology focused on the car management. The system of ICCMS is the inevitable development trend of the next generation connected car diagnostic system, it is important for drivers to be connected of the cars details and as well convenient possibilities. This paper is based on a system development, to manage car internal states, requesting for service/towing and to operate in centralized database. At the end of the paper, the technical development prospect was discussed.



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    vehicle servicing; breakdown assistance; integrated system; cloud services

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Article ID: 24072
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.40.24072

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