SAP released a new product on Wednesday of this week called the Digital Vehicle Hub DVH. To find out what that is, and what I might want one for (!) I invited Mukund Rao, a Director in SAP's Automotive Business Unit, and Andreas Klaschka SAP's Digital Vehicle Hub Solution Owner, to come on the podcast to explain all.
The DVH is a repository for all the data coming off the sensors we find increasingly in cars. This is a fascinating idea with use cases for vehicle re-sale value, insurance, and fleet management, amongst other topics.
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