Development partners include Nuance Communications, iNAGO, and ANIMO.
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced an “Ultra-simple” human-machine interface (HMI) that predicts a car driver’s needs for the safe and easy operation of vehicle equipment in one or two steps and no more than 15 seconds.
It introduced Chevrolet AppShop, which allows owners to view all available apps through an icon displayed on the MyLink screen, download the apps they want directly to the vehicle, and then organize, update or delete them; essentially, smartphone-like functionality.
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. introduced an automotive-grade infotainment chipset, the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 602A applications processor with a quad-core Krait™ CPU, Adreno™ 320 GPU, Hexagon™ DSP, integrated GNSS baseband processing and additional high-performance audio, video and communication cores.
Jungo Connectivity Ltd announced the availability of its MediaCore version 4.5 on the DRA74x (Jacinto 6) platform from Texas Instruments and said a number of automotive customers have already selected the MediaCore solution on TI platforms.
Abalta Technologies and Green Hills Software have partnered to integrate Abalta’s connected car solution, WEBLINK, into Green Hills in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) platform, based on the INTEGRITY® real-time operating system.