The Dark Art of APIs in Connected Car - Irakli Nadareishvili, Director of API Strategy, CA Layer 7's API Academy @ APIDays SF
 

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Features provided by in-car "infotainment" systems are increasingly becoming a leading purchasing decision for young car buyers. All major car manufacturers have elaborate plans for highly-advanced ...

Features provided by in-car "infotainment" systems are increasingly becoming a leading purchasing decision for young car buyers. All major car manufacturers have elaborate plans for highly-advanced in-car infotainment systems that allow third-party developer participation. Similarly, media and entertainment companies consider connected cars a high-priority publishing channel for their content and applications. The glue to connect this highly distributed market is a new generation of APIs.

Connected cars, and APIs that power content and apps in them, face significant, unique challenges. Intermittent connectivity of a moving object, high-latency, need for offline and online operation, scarcity of robust identity management solutions are some of the few challenges that developers in this space are facing.

Drawing inspiration from the experience of building media apps for a number of car platforms, we will discuss current challenges and the significant opportunities for developers that decide to dedicate their efforts to advance connected cars space.

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The Dark Art of APIs in Connected Car - Irakli Nadareishvili, Director of API Strategy, CA Layer 7's API Academy @ APIDays SF Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Dark Art of APIs In Connected Cars Irakli Nadareishvili Director of Strategy @inadarei
  • 2. Huh, that’s funny?
  • 3. Huh, that’s funny?
  • 4. There's an all- out, global "Arms Race" waging in the automotive industry
  • 5. We’re Getting There Fast @inadarei 2020: 90% of new cars and US $600B
  • 6. But Still Got a Long Way To Go @inadarei
  • 7. 1. Five-year lifecycle vs. Mobile SDLC 2. Regulatory mandate for Connectivity 3. Built-in or brought-in? 4. Global connectivity and roaming bans. 5. Upheaval in dealership models. 6. New ownership models. 7. Autonomous vehicles: not immediate. 8. Obscurity re: payment models. 9. Cautious re: open app ecosystem 10. Connected lifestyle is a given @inadarei OEM Beliefs: Source: Telefonica
  • 8. There's an all- out, global "Arms Race" waging in the automotive industry
  • 9. @inadarei “For a successful technology, reality must take precedence over public relations, for Nature cannot be fooled.“ ~ Richard Feynman
  • 10. @inadarei #1 OEMs need An Android a standard hypermedia type for their APIs.
  • 11. @inadarei #2 OEMs need to adopt a standard delegated, context-aware security + identity system
  • 12. @inadarei #3 OEMs need to embrace open app ecosystem and provide: 1. Self-service dev portals 2. Robust, public docs 3. Dev sandboxes 4. App marketplace
  • 13. @inadarei One More Thing…
  • 14. @inadarei
  • 15. @inadarei SOA APIs IoT