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2014 worldwide OE automotive entertainment vendor rankings

According to analysis by Semicast Research, Continental and Bosch topped the worldwide OE automotive entertainment systems vendor share ranking in 2014, with both suppliers considerably ahead of Alpine and Harman Becker. Collectively these four suppliers are estimated to have accounted for about half of OE automotive entertainment systems shipments in 2014.
19th August 2015

Kia joins the list of MOST-subscribing automakers

Kia joins the list of MOST-subscribing automakers
The MOST Co-operation - standardisation organisation for the leading automotive multimedia network technology Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) - is delighted to announce that Kia Motors has integrated MOST150 into its latest vehicle model, the Kia K900. With Kia, MOSTCO sees another car brand count on MOST150 for its in-car multimedia network, alongside Audi, Daimler, Volkswagen, and Volvo. 
21st July 2015

Embedded systems opens route to in-vehicle displays

Embedded systems opens route to in-vehicle displays
The VMS-BYT embedded system from Avalue is now available in the UK from specialist distributor Display Solutions. It is a rugged, enclosed system suitable for automotive and commercial vehicle applications, including fleet telematics, passenger infotainment, and in-vehicle surveillance.
12th July 2015


Slim car computer features Intel Core i7-3517UE processor

Slim car computer features Intel Core i7-3517UE processor
  The launch of its 35mm-high fanless in-vehicle computer, AIV-HM76V1FL has been annouced by ACROSSER Technology. This ultra-slim car computer, equipped with an Intel Core i7-3517UE processor, enables unparalleled computing performance for vehicle applications.
2nd July 2015

Digital bus architecture reduces audio system costs

Digital bus architecture reduces audio system costs
Car manufacturers strive to make future generations of vehicles safer, smarter and more fuel efficient than their predecessors. To accomplish this, electronics systems continue to increase in number and complexity as more ECUs (Electronic Control Units) are deployed in the vehicle – enabling features such as active noise cancellation, internet connectivity and in-car communications. By Ken Waurin, Segment Marketing Manager, Analog Devices
1st July 2015

Tool kit is optimised for the latest MOST standard

To further ease the simulation of MOST technology-based automotive infotainment systems and devices for rapid prototyping, verification and test, K2L has released version 4.2.0 of its MOST PCI Tool Kit.
26th June 2015

The sixth sense

The sixth sense
A range of new road safety technology research projects that are being developed to reduce the number of accidents caused by drivers who are stressed, distracted and not concentrating on the road ahead has been revealed by Jaguar Land Rover. The Jaguar Land Rover 'Sixth Sense' research projects utilises advanced technology, from sports, medicine and aerospace, to monitor the driver's heart rate, respiration and levels of brain activity to identify driver stress, fatigue and lack of concentration.
18th June 2015

Microchip’s MOST150 INICs enhance Kia Telematics

Microchip’s MOST150 INICs enhance Kia Telematics
Kia Motors is enriching its infotainment system with powerful smart-phone connectivity in its flagship Kia K900 luxury sedan (known as Quoris in some countries), using Microchip’s OS81110 INIC (Intelligent Network Interface Controller). Building on years of experience using Microchip’s MOST INICs, Kia adopted the latest MOST150 standard for the 2015 K900 in order to take advantage of its internet-connectivity capabilities.
16th June 2015

Display audio solution meets complex infotainment needs

A pre-packaged display audio solution designed to meet the challenging complexity and interoperability requirements of the industry has been introduced by CSR. By integrating infotainment, connectivity and location features in a single turnkey SoC solution for the in-vehicle environment, the CSRatlas7 enables the cost-effective extension of features usually associated with high-end vehicles, to entry and mid-level cars.
8th June 2015

In-car connectivity key to future product & brand development

With users demanding seamless interaction between devices and services, including the ability to connect to in-car systems, vehicle manufacturers are increasingly seeing software as key to future product and brand development. At CAR HMi concepts & systems 2015, the Qt company will showcase its safe infotainment and service innovations through Qt, an independent framework for cross-platform UI and application development.
5th June 2015


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