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How can ‘telematics’ be defined?

How can ‘telematics’ be defined?

A – The receiving of data through a vehicle’s infotainment system

B – A hands-free in-car telephony system

C – A system that avoids or mitigates the risk of a collision

D – The exchange of data across a wireless network


Answer:

D. In its widest sense, telematics is a term used to describe the exchange of data, potentially over long distances, across a wireless communications network in real time. The receiving of data via the vehicle’s infotainment system is a simple form of connectivity.

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