TomTom’s Anna Bednarczyk and Maurits Hol discuss its next-generation full-stack navigation, which supports an online-first navigation experience that’s always available, independent of network connectivity.
Experts from Keysight Technologies discuss the challenges infotainment systems face as data requirements increase and how to test for them ahead of time.
Microchip Technology’s Francis Ielsch explains how adding Audio Video Bridging or Time-Sensitive Networking support can make Ethernet suitable for A/V applications in vehicles.
Cinemo’s Ivan Dimkovic demonstrates the technology that enables a multi-seat IVI experience that rivals the latest home media centres.
Garrett Motion’s Tim Felke presents the new SAE JA6268™ standard and shows how it enables OEMs and fleet managers to unlock the full value of vehicle information and data.
OpenSynergy’s Isaac Trefz discusses the role of VIRTIO in modern automotive architectures and provides insight into the first-ever implementation of open standard-based devices.
ESCRYPT’s Omar Alshabibi explains how to bootstrap a V2X OBU or RSU at the manufacturing plant of an OEM or Tier 1 supplier in the most efficient way.
Experts from VI-grade discuss how the company’s driving simulator product line helps vehicle manufacturers and their suppliers expedite the product development process.
Western Digital’s Russell Ruben explains why it is essential to know your automotive data storage use case and workloads, and also determine useful life based on that workload.
Ricardo’s Paul Etheridge discusses the challenges and opportunities around urban mobility faced by automotive and commercial vehicle industry stakeholders.
OpenSynergy’s Jonathan Siegel discusses how the company can enhance Android Automotive OS by providing complementary software components, including COQOS Hypervisor SDK, Blue SDK Fusion, and Radio Tuner SDK.
In this free, 60-minute webinar, Quectel’s Manfred Lindacher and Florian Bousquet discuss the role of 5G and GNSS in the connected vehicle’s rapid evolution.
Experts from OpenSynergy discuss how the automotive industry should abandon proprietary solutions, and instead embrace open standards and compete on their implementation quality.
KPIT’s Omkar Panse outlines how automakers can take advantage of the revenue growth opportunities offered by data-driven services.
EB’s Dr Sebastian Ohl outlines a new approach to the development and integration of next-generation automotive architectures based on HPC.
KPIT’s Sandeep Jadhav provides unique insight into trends in HMI cockpit ECUs that are impacting and limiting automated validation.
Experts from GENIVI, W3C, and GEOTAB discuss the benefits of vehicle data standards and the positive impacts of a “single language” to define, exchange and use vehicle data and services.
OpenSynergy’s David Baum discusses the company’s Blue SDK Fusion, an automotive-grade Bluetooth stack for Android™ Open Source Project (AOSP).
Experts from OpenSynergy discuss the company’s flexible radio software solution, which OEMs and Tier1 suppliers can integrate across different car models, geographical territories, hardware, and hardware generations.
Experts from Continental discuss how high-performance computers (HPCs) are enabling a superior user experience (UX) for the vehicle of the future.