PATEO Steps in China's National Value Chain with Second Prize of 2017 Satellite Navigation and Positioning Science and Technology Award
On 16th September, PATEO was awarded with the second prize of 2017 Satellite Navigation and Positioning Science and Technology Award at the 6th China Satellite Navigation and Positioning Service Annual Conference.
The Way of Survival of BATH upon Entry into the IoV Industry
Since its real start in China in 2009, the Internet of Vehicles (IoV) industry has experienced a ten-year development process, and is gradually becoming a new hot spot for global innovation and a commanding height for the development of the automotive ind
Five Factors Accelerating the IoV Industry Transformation, The Historic Opportunity Has Emerged
Nowadays, an increasing number of auto enterprises and consumers are expressing their urgent need for vehicle connectivity. Recently, the next-generation Mercedes-Benz A-Class has made its global debut. As the first Benz model equipped with intelligent sy
[Nanjing Eye] Future Story of the IoV: Reconcile with the Mobile Phone, and Do What the Latter Is Incapable Of
The combination of the IVI with the mobile phone is actually not an expedient solution for the IoV.
Navigation and Map Eco-System
Collaborating with strong partners
Map and Navigation ecosystem
Enabling more precise voice interaction
PATEO Founder Ken Ying: Put Vehicle into Mobile Phone
From the IVI-based IoV to the mobile phone-based IoV (Qing Mobile), PATEO has created many "firsts" in the IoV field since its establishment ten years ago, while always maintaining innovation and leadership. Ken (Yilun) Ying has said that the next revolution is even more worth looking forward to.
How Awesome Can Vehicle Usage Experience Become by “Pointing” Your Phone at It?
We may well say that the development of smartphones has been accompanying the process in which technology has been changing our lives over the past ten plus years.
Connected VS Electrified: Will PATEO Be the CATL of the Connected Car Industry?
To Ken Ying, connection and intelligentization represent greater opportunities than electrification.
Map and Navigation
Provide intelligent services beyond users' expectation and user iteration capability