At CES today, IAV and Microsoft will be demonstrating a connected highly automated driving (CHAD) vehicle powered by Windows 10 and Microsoft Azure. IAV is using the Windows 10 Continuum feature to stream Windows 10 directly to the car’s dashboard. Drivers will have access to Windows 10 features and apps such as Cortana, Skype for Business, Calendar, Outlook and Groove Music while the vehicle is in autonomous driving mode or parked. This integration allows drivers to use the devices they already own. While Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are already dominating the in-car infotainment scene, I hope Microsoft soon comes out with their own solution. Making use of Continuum is a great idea, what do you think?