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Visteon to showcase its latest innovation at Auto Shanghai


Visteon Corporation is to showcase its latest innovations for the connected car and beyond at the 2017 International Automobile Industry Exhibition in Shanghai from April 19-23. Visteon will exhibit recently introduced next-generation infotainment platform, Phoenix, which is designed to unlock innovation by enabling third-party developers to create apps easily, while …

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JLR’s InControl infotainment gets ACCESS HTML5 browser for media sharing


Published: January 22, 2016 | Oberhausen  ACCESS announced that its NetFront™ Browser NX Automotive Profile software solution has been chosen as the browser for the Jaguar Land Rover next generation connected infotainment system InControl Touch Pro, which is deployed across the latest range of Jaguar Land Rover vehicles available on …

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World Wide Web Consortium(W3C) on transforming the automotive experience with HTML5


“HTML5 applications are created, maintained and executed in a modular way are not inextricably tied to a monolithic stack. In addition, the dynamic nature of HTML5 allows the same apps to change their looks and HMI for different car lines and manufactures.”- Paul Boyes (OpenCar) “The in-car apps are like …

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Andy Gryc of CX3 Marketing shares his views on “HTML5 and Automotive Infotainment”

Andy Gryc_HTML5_Infotainment_

Status quo under fire: The current state of infotainment                There is a hell lot of things happening with in-car systems for entertainment and information. The market is so crowded with offerings, many of which are immature or not quite tangible, yet, the anticipated potential …

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UIEvolution launches fully-featured HTML5 application


USA: According to a recent news, UIEvolution has announced it has launched a fully-featured HTML5 automotive reference application for iHeartRadio, Clear Channel’s free, all-in-one, digital radio service. As in news, the ‘HTML5 Reference App’ implements iHeartRadio’s current native app experience, providing automotive partners an easy-to-implement solution for embedding more than …

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Fujitsu Ten develops in-car device using HTML5

HTML5 based in-car device

Japan: Fujitsu Ten’s in-car navigation brand, ECLIPSE, is developing a next-generation in-car device utilizing HTML5 web technology. As per the source, currently, implementation of web applications using HTML5 is mainly for smartphones, tablets and PC. The in-car device industry is also considering adoption of HTML5 in order to incorporate the …

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EB GUIDE – platform for developing in-vehicle Human Machine Interfaces


USA: EB (Elektrobit) has launched the latest version of the HMI development platform EB GUIDE. EB GUIDE is an integrated software platforms and is used by global major carmakers and suppliers across markets and carlines since 2005.  The new release enables carmakers and suppliers to create multimodal HMIs for a seamless …

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Scout for Apps now on Android and Windows Phone platforms

Scout for iPhone

USA: Telenav has extended Scout for Apps to Android and Windows Phone platforms. Launched first on iPhone in March, Scout for Apps is the first HTML5, browser-based, voice-guided, turn by turn, GPS navigation service for mobile phones. Scout for Apps gives developers an easy way to offer consumers free, voice-guided, turn …

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LiveViewGPS introduces Live Trac Mobile tracking program


USA: LiveViewGPS has rolled out its Live Trac Mobile Tracking Program at http://mobile.liveviewgps.com, which supports any mobile device with an HTML5-compatible web browser. Currently, the program works with more than 180 mobile devices and the service is free to all Live Trac Series GPS customers. Users can track any vehicle or mobile …

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