AT&T aims to make cars smarter

With self-parking, built-in navigation systems, auto-lane detection and touch-screen displays, the car industry is changing fast and AT&T wants to be a part of that change using its 5,000-square-foot parking garage “Drive Studio” lab. “The future of the connected car is going to be amazing. And the AT&T Drive Studio is where we will reinvent and reimagine the car of tomorrow,” says AT&T’s Ralph de la Vega.