We want the same anywhere/anytime access to apps in our car that we enjoy on our phones and mobile devices, from Google Maps to Twitter. What are some of the other sorts of apps drivers are most eager to see? … Read more >
Joel leads the strategic focus for next generation automotive use cases, providing direction for silicon development that applies to cars several generations into the future. He also drives the infotainment group toward a common and open vision, which includes spearheading new market development around advanced driving technologies.
Pioneering open software innovation, Hoffmann has been involved in GENIVI Alliance since its inception, developed the original name and branding concepts, as well as continues as a board member, leads the marketing team, and holds officer title as Treasurer of the alliance. Continue the conversation on Twitter, @Intel_Joel
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