Highlighted this year as an innovation that will help a whole new range of devices enter the car market and raise the penetration of the technology itself, Bluetooth car kits are now on the way to broad adoption. However, the way ahead may be a long road. DigiTimes.com recently had an opportunity to talk to Eric Schneider, the Bluetooth SIG marketing director of Asia Pacific and Japan, about current Bluetooth car-kit developments and their prospects. Founded in 1998, the Bluetooth SIG is a privately held trade association driving the development of the Bluetooth technology. It now has over 2,000 member companies.
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