Wireless connectivity technologies are fueling new opportunities into the automobile world. Reliable real-time data exchange among sophisticated in-vehicle software, road infrastructure, and smartphones promise new levels of driver's safety and comfort.
Vehicle-to-infrastructure communication keeps the driver informed about such rapidly changing information as, for example, red lights and road incidents along the route, availability of parking lots, overview of fuel prices, and more.
With the introduction of Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink platforms, the communication between the vehicle and the smartphone has become mainstream. This allows adopting an entirely new class of driver-aware mobile applications compatible with in-car infotainment systems.
Remote vehicle control is a classical use case behind vehicle-to-device communication. With a smartphone application, you can remotely lock and unlock vehicle's doors, start and stop the engine, flash the lights and honk the horn to easily spot the vehicle in a crowded parking lot.
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- Smartphone and head-unit applications for connected cars, allowing control of vehicle functions and services through CAN bus and other interfaces
- Ethernet connectivity and TCP over USB
- Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink solutions, Bluetooth connectivity