How BMW Car IT used Red Hat and MQTT as part of an in-car IoT project

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The 2019 BMW i8 Roadster EV

BMW Car IT's Jonas Sticha and Christian Hoff explain how they developed a proof-of-concept in-car app using Red Hat, Kubernetes and MQTT

Innovation is accelerating across the automobile industry, bringing advances to the in-vehicle experience. Connected vehicle technologies are opening up new business models and providing a whole range...

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