Infotainment

7th October 2019

Hardware Vital Part of Connected Experience, Says Honda

Too much emphasis in designing connected car systems is being placed on the software while ignoring a vehicle’s hardware. This is the opinion of Honda’s head of connectivity, Mirai...

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11th September 2019

BlackBerry Claims Infotainment Acoustic Breakthrough

BlackBerry is claiming an infotainment acoustic package that could deliver better controlled in-car sound while saving automaker costs and reducing time-to-market. It’s QNX Amp 3.0 claims to bring together...

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13th August 2019

In-Car Assistants in an UX World

The sustained evolution and improvement of user experience (UX) is a key objective in the development of next-generation in-car assistants. So, in what way are companies approaching the improvement...

By Andrew Williams

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12th August 2019

Ford Hopes Open App Access With Boost Customer Engagement

Despite the advance of connected car services, many automakers are still witnessing disappointing take-up from consumers seemingly unimpressed by their offerings. Yet, Gavin Sherry, CEO of Ford’s Smart Mobility...

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31st July 2019

Volvo Installs On-Board SIMs in Every New Car

Volvo has pledged to install a SIM card in every new model sold in 42 European markets to boost its connectivity offering. The feature is being introduced on all...

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25th July 2019

Honda Claims AI Personal Assistant in BEV

Honda is claiming to have harnessed the power of AI for its in-car personal assistant voice controller in the BEV Honda e. It claims the all electric urban car...

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15th July 2019

The Kanzi HMI toolchain brings rich 3D graphics to Android Automotive

Sponsored Content “Leading HMI tool provider Rightware presented at TU-Automotive Detroit 2019 about the future of automotive UX, with a focus on integrating third-party ecosystems into the in-car user...

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24th June 2019

FCA Launches In-Car US Shopping

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has launched its version of in-car shopping that allows ordering of products and services on-the-go. The automaker’s Uconnect Market platform is similar to General Motors’ Marketplace...

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18th June 2019

Design and Testing Keys to Solving Auto Tech Distraction, Says TRL

All in-cabin automotive technology has the capability to dangerously distract the modern motorist. This is the clear finding of the UK’s Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) whose research into the...

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14th June 2019

Voice Assistants Worse Than Drink-Driving, Study Suggests

Using in-car voice activated assistants has been questioned with latest safety research showing hands-free phone operation is as dangerous as driving above legal alcohol limits. A study by the...

13th June 2019

Faster Forward: Will Cars Run on Android?

As automakers adopt technologies including facial recognition, voice activation and artificial intelligence, will they all turn to Google Android? Yes probably, according to David Holecek, director of digital experience...

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16th May 2019

Navigation? Sat’s Not Always the Way to Do It!

There’s a new smartphone app launched in the UK claiming to alert motorists of accident hotspots ahead in real-time. On the surface, this seems a must-have app especially for...

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