Flesh it out. It always sounds a little macabre to me. But it has been the word the infotainment world is using in order to get a variety of apps to work on their platform. Airbiquity uses the cloud for connectivity, and its Choreo platform has done some extensive work in the latest Nissan vehicles more »
Harman is known as the stalwart audio company. However, the past decade has seen its transformation into an OEM infotainment powerhouse, and they have been tearing it up at the Geneva Auto Show as a supplier to some of the world’s most prestigious brands. Here are just some of Harman’s announcements: o Harman Kardon comes more »
General Motors is teaming with Telogis, makers of a “location intelligence platform,” to provide fleets with a new telematics solution that the automaker says will help control costs, increase safety, and enhance fleet operations.
CarPlay makes you be tethered? As Gabriel Iglesias would say, “Oh, Hell No!”
The word on the street is Apple iOS for the Car will be formally introduced at the Geneva Auto Show. The interwebz have all sorts of speculation as to how it is going to work, but in true Apple fashion, the company is tight-lipped in the details. What we do know is there are three automotive partners involved from the get-go: Ferrari, Volvo, and Mercedes.
So it looks like Land Rover is adding their version of MirrorLink 1.0 to their Evoque vehicles. Pretty cool, but after seeing the benefits of MirrorLink 2.0 from the Connected Car Consortium I like to remain untethered.
But let’s give the benefit of the doubt-
Volvo has a solution for missed deliveries after ordering a product online. It’s called “roam delivery,” and it involves Volvo’s connected cars.
Yesterday I had the opportunity to hear Tim Mahoney, Chevrolet’s Global Marketing Officer speak about the Find New Roads campaign. We hope it leads to more Chevy tech.
Hyundai is aiming to make searching for a destination easier by adding Google-powered destination search capability to its voice-driven Blue Link system.
Users of RemoteLink set request records of the mobile telematics service in January as frigid temperatures gripped much of the nation, according to GM.
One of the latest infotainment and telematics joint ventures is from Volvo and Ericsson. Ericsson created a Connected Vehicle Cloud that will be exclusively available in Volvo cars.
Husky Corporation will unveil a compact and flexible nozzle for use in Automatic Refueling System. Think of it as a drive-thru refuel system.