HTML5 for automotive infotainment: What, why, and how?
|Date:||Tuesday, November 15, 2011|
|Time:||11:00 am EST|
In this session, we discuss:
- what problems HTML5 solves
- and why it promises to become the foundation for next gen in-vehicle UIs, augmenting or possibly replacing existing technologies.
We identify the building blocks of HTML5 and how they're used, and explore when a system needs a web browser rather than an HTML engine. Most importantly, we help you cut through the confusion to understand why the future of in-vehicle infotainment is HTML5.
1 hour, including Q & A.
Who should attend:
This seminar will be of interest to automotive software engineers and managers as well as consumer device makers who are involved in the automotive industry.
Andy Gryc has been a software developer and designer for over 20 years. He's worked at companies large and small with a diverse range of responsibilities in embedded software development and consulting. His accomplishments include: Designer of the HP100LX/HP200LX palmtop database and GUI, and the HP Omnibook Notebook BIOS; and the lead embedded software architect at OnStar. Andy has held the position of World-wide Automotive Field Application Engineer and currently works as Product Marketing Manager, both at QNX Software Systems.
About QNX Software Systems
QNX Software Systems Co., a subsidiary of Research In Motion Limited (RIM), is a leading vendor of operating systems, middleware, development tools, and professional services for the embedded systems market. Global leaders such as Cisco, Daimler, General Electric, Lockheed Martin, and Siemens depend on QNX technology for network routers, vehicle telematics units, industrial control systems, medical instruments, security and defense systems, and other mission- or life-critical applications. Founded in 1980, QNX Software Systems Limited is headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, and distributes products in over 100 countries worldwide. Visit www.qnx.com.