Choice is a good thing. Consumers demand it; automakers need it. But choice means nothing if reliability is not in the equation.
QNX Software Systems has been helping automakers build full-featured, dependable systems for over a decade. In fact, more than half of all infotainment systems shipped worldwide are QNX-based. That’s millions of tried-and-true systems.
This year we’ve taken our field-proven technology and added support for more HMIs, more connectivity options, more content, and more applications. Choice as it should be – without compromising reliability.
If you’d like to know more, drop by our booth at Telematics Detroit 2013. We’d like nothing more than to show you our exciting news.
VISIT US IN THE BOOTH
Technology concept car
Our talented team of exceptional engineers took a Bentley Continental, added QNX CAR technology, and let their imaginations run wild. The end result is a tricked-out concept demo that showcases dashboard technologies of the future.
- Large curved DLP infotainment display
- 3D auto-stereoscopic digital instrumentation
- Remote mobile-controlled interfaces
- Advanced speech recognition
- Two-way video conferencing
New release of QNX CAR
With more options for HMIs, connectivity, and application environments, the latest release of the QNX CAR application platform is all about giving automakers choice and flexibility for designing infotainment systems to meet different customer needs.
- Telematics and cluster integration
- Universal app environment
- New HMI support
- Ability to launch HTML5 apps
JOIN US AFTER HOURS
The Telematics and Tonics get together is back for a sixth year. Be sure to RSVP by May 28.
For six years in a row, this annual event has been a popular get-together for customers, prospects, partners, and friends (both old and new). There are no long presentations (or even short ones); just an opportunity to unwind and relax in an informal setting.
|Date||Wednesday, June 5|
|Time||7:30 - 10:00 pm|
|Sponsors||AT&T, Elektrobit, Nvidia, Pandora, Tweddle|
* Please RSVP by May 28 to help facilitate planning.
Beyond Telematics: The Battle of In-Vehicle Electronics
|Keynote speaker||Andrew Poliak, Director of Automotive Business Development|
|Day 1||June 5|
Join our BizDev director as he takes a look at the current trends that are poised to shape in-vehicle electronics up to 2020 and beyond. Topics include:
- The optimal balance between regulation and openness of the driving experience
- Splitting the human-machine experience from the app environment in order to leverage big ecosystems such as HTML5 and Android
- The blending of disparate safety and consumer systems to enable context-aware ADAS
The Autonomous Car – The Road to Driverless Driving
|Panelist||Justin Moon, Global Technology Evangelist|
|Day 1||June 5|
With major automakers debuting their visions for the autonomous car and authorities granting pilot licenses, it’s time to take the industry pulse on this paradigm shift. Topics include:
- The meaning of autonomous: adaptive cruise control, forward collision warnings, emergency braking, etc
- The role of autonomous driving in reinventing vehicle ownership models, reducing emissions, and alleviating urban congestions
- A roadmap for open supplier relationships and data sharing
Developing the Ultimate Intuitive Vehicle User Interface
|Panelist||Andy Gryc, Senior Automotive Product Marketing Manager|
|Day 2||June 6|
Discover what your peers from across the industry think about the technologies that are redefining the ways in which drivers interact with their vehicles. Topics include:
- Hotspot tethering and NFC for seamless brought-in integration
- Voice biometrics for driver ID and expression recognition to enable seamless, safe, and natural voice integration
- Digital instrument clusters for enhanced driver personalization as well as OEM brand identity and HUD differentiation