Luxoft said it is working with Harman International to conceive, design and develop automotive infotainment systems.
Luxoft has been involved in the maintenance of Harman’s current products, as well as the development of future products and platforms that are critical to meeting evolving consumer demands. Luxoft has dedicated more than 300 development experts, based mainly in its Ukraine Development Center, to work with Harman to meet its aggressive infotainment development goals.
Luxoft has introduced LUXdash, a software platform intended to speed development of ergonomic, intuitive, multi-functional instrument clusters with potential to eliminate the need for disparate devices that can distract a driver’s attention.
At Telematics Detroit 2010, Luxoft also introduced a Dynamic Points of Interest (DPOI) manager system, which it described as an interactive navigation software platform that combines social network-like online technologies and location-based services (LBS).
Luxoft’s LUXdash, a “smart” dashboard. replaces traditional analog dashboards with LCD screens that display standard indicators and instruments as well as mode-specific vehicle information and infotainment controls. The solution combines dashboard and infotainment functions in one location, and it can be integrated into a wide range of cars and motorcycles.