Tag Archives: in-vehicle infotainment

Get There Faster: IoT and ECU Consolidation Drive Auto Innovation

Cars today have more computing capabilities than ever before, using dozens of interconnected electronic control units (ECUs) for enhanced vehicle management, premium entertainment, and remote telematics. ECUs provide outstanding results for consumers, but can negatively impact both space and energy … Read more >

Mobii Takes the Internet of Things on the Road for Easier, Safer Driving

As the car becomes a more connected device in the Internet of Things, it will use the flow of data — both inside the car and in the world around it — to collaborate with drivers and car owners in … Read more >

The Pathway to Self-Driving Cars

Years ago, you’d need to buy a relatively expensive car to enjoy the convenience and fuel savings of cruise control. Today, it is standard on a wide range of vehicles, including many economy cars. Moreover, some high-end cars are equipped … Read more >

From Intel® In-Vehicle Solutions to Self-Driving Cars

We know that today’s consumers expect their connected digital lifestyles to extend into the car and their inside and outside worlds to be aligned, an expectation both heightened and accelerated by the Internet of Things (IoT). But consumers are also … Read more >

Automotive Innovation – Skip the Open vs. Closed Debate

In the Internet of Things, the car is more than just a “thing” and is becoming more like a “system of systems” that can securely aggregate, filter and share data to the cloud.  As this happens, the focus of the … Read more >

The Internet of Things: Making a More Advanced Driving Experience

There are two principal influences inspiring the next generation of automotive innovation: safety and convenience. These two influences have helped advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) begin to eclipse In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) as the main market focus. Consumers are demanding both … Read more >

Tear Up the Auto Agenda – Discoveries Come from Exploration

When we first meet with advanced automotive design teams about their intelligent vehicle plans, they often assume the conversation will remain focused on platform speeds and feeds, CPU and GPU clock rates, and data latencies and throughput. This isn’t surprising … Read more >

Expect These 4 App Types In Your Next Car

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 >

Scrap the Traditional Automotive Development Approach

The car has been around for about 100 years, give or take. And during that time the process for developing the car has remained largely unchanged. And while that process has accommodated countless innovations over the years, it has run … Read more >

Your Car: More Than Just a “Thing” In The Internet of Things

With the expectation and availability of real-time data at an all-time high in our daily lives, options for utilizing this data continue to grow—further increasing our dependence on it. When we talk about cars, the in-vehicle experience has traditionally been … Read more >