The strategic Connected Car group of Deutsche Telekom has worked for several years defining a connected car platform architecture blueprint. This blue print is based on a service oriented architecture, powered by most of WSO2s middleware products. With this blueprint, Deutsche Telekom has developed a multitude of applications in eMobility (electric cars), infotainment, safety, comfort areas for various target groups. Example groups include car drivers, OEMs, dealers/workshops, or fleet operators. In his presentation, Thomas Wieger will show central connected car platform architecture elements and the important role wso2 middleware is playing in this blueprint. and He will also describe a few real life applications that realize the blueprint.
Thomas’s passion is to develop and architect software systems since he took his first steps with a ZX81 home computer at the age of 14. He joined T-Systems in 2004 as a Software Architect working on different systems of medium and large size. Since 2011, he has been involved in the development of the connected car platform architecture.