Focus on consumer lifestyle led to Blue Link Assurance Connected Care
2nd Annual Automotive Linux Summit September 19-20 at the Heritage Motor Centre near Birmingham/UK.
Ethernet automotive solution delivers 100Mbps over unshielded single twisted pair cable
Cross Country Automotive Services, a leader in driver assistance programs, and its subsidiary ATX Group, a pioneer in connected vehicle telematics services, announced their new corporate brand name, Agero.
Infineon Technologies announced that Hyundai Motor Company and Kia Motors Corporation have selected Infineon as supplier of power modules for their current hybrid car generations, the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid and Kia Optima.
Supports adoption of open in-vehicle infotainment reference platform
ATX Group, a developer and integrator of private-label connected vehicle services to automobile manufacturers, including BMW, Hyundai, Lexus, Toyota and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, has joined the GENIVI Alliance as an associate member.
The growing use of smartphones in the car has become an unrelenting concern for automakers. As Telematics Update’s (TU) Susan Kuchinskas reports, “mobile handsets are still the drivers’ primary source of connectivity while in the car. Mobile network operators are stepping up to provide solutions before the government bans all uses of in-car applications.”
A new “In-Vehicle Smartphone Integration” report from Telematics Update includes automakers’ strategies for smartphone integration, the impact of potential legislation related to driver distraction, and future smartphone architecture alternatives.