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  • genivi.automotiveIT

    OpenAutomotive Congress - Stuttgart


    (Photo: Genivi) Genivi is hosting "OpenAutomotive '15," a two-day conference focusing on cybersecurity issues in the auto industry. The event will take place in Stuttgart April 21-22. The main conference day is April 22nd. Genivi is a non-profit industry alliance of automakers and their suppliers. The group drives the ...

  • renault nissan.automotiveIT

    Bosch builds Genivi-based infotainment software for Renault-Nissan


    R obert Bosch is developing an infotainment system for Renault and its alliance partner Nissan, using software developed within the Genivi alliance. Genivi, an industry association committed to developing an open-source infotainment standard, said the new automotive software program will supply all Renault and Nissan vehicles. The Renault-Nissan alliance said ...

  • apple carplay.automotiveIT

    ABI Research: 24 million cars with Apple CarPlay in 2019


    Many car brands already offer CarPlay (Photo: Apple) Apple and Google are set to become bigger players in the car, but the auto industry will also adopt open-source systems from other organizations, according to a report by market analysts ABI Research. ABI predicts that by 2019 there will be ...

  • genivi.automotiveIT

    Genivi Alliance joins Web consortium


    The Genivi Alliance has joined a broader Web consortium to accelerate the adoption of open-source technologies in the automotive industry. The alliance, whose goal is to drive the adoption of a Linux-based in-vehicle infotainment platform, brings together more than 175 auto and consumer electronics companies that are keen to speed ...

  • automotiveIT Congress London

    Audi, JLR, Qoros, Genivi executives to speak at automotiveIT International Congress


    With the speaker lineup almost complete, the automotiveIT International Congress is set to cover topics ranging from connected retail and the role of big data analysis to open-source infotainment and other key trends in 21 st century mobility. The latest additions to the program include Maurits Aalberse, director of ...

  • Ford AppLink.automotiveIT

    Ford strengthens commitment to open-source development


    Ford's AppLink connects a smartphone to the car's infotainment (Photo: Ford) Ford Motor will work with the open-source GENIVI alliance to speed up independent app development for its in-car infotainment systems. The news follows an announcement earlier this year that independent app developers would get access to Ford's systems. ...

  • genivi1.automotiveIT

    Genivi All Member Meeting - Paris


    Genivi will hold its annual member meeting at Disneyland outside Paris April 24-27, with more than 500 participants scheduled to attend. The alliance, whose goal is to develop cross-industry software standards for the development of in-vehicle infotainment, groups automakers, automotive suppliers, telematics and mobile phone companies. Speaking at a Telematics ...

  • clarion hmi.automotiveIT

    Wind River, Clarion collaborate on Android-based infotainment


    The system Clarion is developing with Wind River will be GENIVI-compliant (Photo: Clarion) Wind River is working with in-car entertainment systems maker Clarion to develop Android-based automotive infotainment systems. The embedded and mobile software specialist, which is owned by chipmaker Intel, said it is creating a custom Android software platform ...

  • hi corp.automotiveIT

    Japan's HI Corp joins Genivi


    HI Corp aims to improve the automotive HMI with the help of 3D rendering technology (Photo: HI) HI CORPORATION has joined the Genivi alliance, adding another HMI specialist to the development group. The Japanese maker of mobile 3D graphics is joining an expanding group of carmakers and IT solutions providers ...

  • parrot.automotiveit

    Parrot joins GENIVI


    Paris-based Parrot provides automakers with a range of connectivity solutions (Photo: Parrot) Parrot is joining the GENIVI alliance as the global industry association steps up its efforts to establish an open-source development platform for in-vehicle infotainment. Parrot, a provider of multimedia solutions for the car industry, will, in particular, contribute ...

  • montavista

    MontaVista, Rightware to build in-car infotainment using embedded Linux


    Montavista wants to adapt its consumer-electronics and mobile expertise to the car (Photo: MontaVista) MontaVista and Finland's Rightware Oy are developing a GENIVI-compliant in-car infotainment platform that uses the Linux operating system. The two companies said in a press release that the product uses Rightware's 3d user interface product, which ...

  • genivi.automotiveIT

    Mahindra Satyam joins GENIVI


    Mahindra Satyam said it has joined the GENIVI Alliance. The news comes just a few days after GENIVI, an automotive and consumer electronics industry association, announced that suppliers Denso and Mobis and consultancy Accenture were joining the group. GENIVI is driving the development and adoption of an open in-vehicle infotainment ...

  • genivi.automotiveIT

    Denso, Mobis, Accenture join GENIVI alliance


    Japanese automotive supplier Denso, Korean components maker Mobis and management consultancy Accenture have joined the GENIVI alliance, the association said in a press release. GENIVI is an association of automotive and electronics companies that drives the development and adoption of an open in-vehicle infotainment reference platform. The group hopes that ...

  • Article

    Marelli, Wind River to build GENIVI-compliant infotainment for BMW


    Italian supplier Magneti Marelli and US-based software maker Wind River will build the first GENIVI-compliant infotainment system, moving the industry closer to adopting an open-source standard. The two companies are building the system for BMW, but hope to have other customers as well. “GENIVI provides an innovative platform that allows ...

  • genivi.automotiveIT

    Bosch, Tata Consulting, TomTom join GENIVI


    Robert Bosch, Tata Consultancy Services and TomTom have joinedGENIVI, becoming the latest new members of the growing global electronics alliance. GENIVIis an automotive and consumer electronics industry association driving the development and adoption of an open-source in-vehicle infotainment platform. "Our primary goal in this alliance is to lower development times ...

  • Article

    ABI Research: Automotive telematics to soar by 2016


    Automotive telematics is likely to make a quantum leap in the next five years, according to ABI Research. But the North American market researcher also warns that considerable risks to the forecast remain. ABI Research expects the percentage of new cars shipping with factory-installed telematics to grow to 62 percent ...

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    China's Neusoft joins GENIVI alliance


    Neusoft Corporation, a Chinese supplier of IT solutions and services, has joined the GENIVI alliance. Neusoft, which has 16,000 employees worldwide, has 15 years of experience offering products to the automotive industry. It offers embedded-system services for in-vehicle infotainment and has products in the areas of car navigation, telematics and ...