The MOST® Cooperation (MOSTCO), the standardization organization for the Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) automotive multimedia network technology, welcomes Microchip Technology’s decision last November to make its MOST150 Data Link Layer Specification available for license on a royalty-bearing basis.
NXP Semiconductors N.V. announced that Volkswagen has approved NXP Mantis™ CAN transceivers for use in Volkswagen vehicles without a common-mode choke, enabling significant system cost savings in applications.
NVIDIA said its new Tegra® K1 mobile processor features a quad-core CPU and a 192-core GPU, uses the energy-efficient NVIDIA Kepler™ architecture, and runs automotive applications that had previously not been possible with such low power consumption.
Dassault Systèmes announced the signing of an acquisition agreement for an 84% controlling interest in Realtime Technology AG (RTT), which provides 3D visualization software, marketing solutions and computer generated imagery services.
Connected services provider WirelessCar supports Audi in China with call center solutions enabling location-based services, infotainment and information features.
Nuance Communications, Inc. introduced a new generation of its Dragon Drive connected car platform, adding two new services to enable customizable content delivery for connected cars.
In North America, the first driverless vehicles will appear in the beginning of the next decade, evolving to more than 10 million robotic vehicles shipping in 2032, according to ABI Research.
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The connected car presents automakers with significant opportunities for generating new revenue streams, gaining a better understanding of customer behaviour via data analytics, and enriching the overall in-vehicle and ownership experience.