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Chevy Volt tyranny car made by Government Motors is SmartGrid capable

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« on: December 07, 2010, 11:18:19 pm »

UT students check out new Chevy Volt
Updated: Dec 03, 2010 6:30 PM

TOLEDO, OH (WTOL) Folks got a change to catch a glimpse of the new Chevrolet Volt Friday when an  auto industry executive visited The University of Toledo.

OnStar Chief Information Officer Jeffrey Liedel gave a lecture on the Chevrolet Volt and its on-board telematics.

Liedel, a 1988 UT grad, also talked about the mobile application and some of the "smart grid" capabilities.

Additionally, a Volt was on display as part of the free event that was open to the public.

Liedel also spent part of the morning talking with UT College of Engineering  students.

Oh boy.  Onstar Enterprise Architecture, combined with smart grid interoperability, and made by Government Motors, bailed out with your taxpayer money!

Chevy Volt is the ultimate NWO enslavement machine.

About Jeff Liedel

CIO Jeff Liedel is as much a car guy as he is a computer guy. That much becomes clear when he's discussing his 20-year career track and the businesses he's served: Ford (F), Covisint, GM and now OnStar, the in-vehicle communications company and GM subsidiary, where he is CIO.

Liedel deftly moves the conversation among a range of topics: embedded telematics and mobile application capabilities in a Chevy Volt electric vehicle, the energy efficiency of internal-combustion engines, and how BI tools can help OnStar. He seems to be equally at home in a data center or on the floor of the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show, where OnStar announced a mobile app for the iPhone, iPod Touch, Blackberry Storm and Motorola (MOT) Droid that allows drivers to monitor and control the Volt's electrical functions.

His responsibilities cover IT systems that deliver safety, navigation, vehicle diagnostics, telephony and other services to OnStar's 6 million U.S. and Canadian subscribers. Every month, those systems process a wide range of interactions, including: 2,600 automatic crash responses, 10,400 emergency services, 600 stolen vehicle assistance and 62,700 remote door unlocks, according to OnStar data.

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