• Delphi displays.automotiveIT

    Frost predicts sharp rise in in-car displays


    At the CES in January, Delphi showed how to spread information across various in-car displays (Photo: Delphi) The number of in-car displays will rise sharply as infotainment becomes a more important part of the car, Frost & Sullivan said in a report. The researchers predicted that the market for central ...

  • volvo sensus.automotiveIT

    Mitsubishi Electric develops Volvo's infotainment system


    Volvo’s new V40 has a fully graphic instrument cluster. The driver can choose from three themes(Photo: Volvo) Volvo Car has selected Mitsubishi Electric to develop a next-generation infotainment system that will be on all new Volvo models from November, 2013. The Swedish carmaker said the new system will work in ...

  • trw touchpad.automotiveIT

    TRW unveils capacitive touchpad sensor


    TRW says its touchpad provides a more intuitive way to operate various infotainment controls (Photo: TRW) TRW, in an attempt to further simplify in-car controls, has developed a capacitive touchpad that recognizes handwriting. The US-based automotive supplier said the touchpad, which will be ready for production this year, will mark ...

  • vw microsleep

    HMI solutions to grow strongly in cars, Frost & Sullivan says


    In 2007 already, VW developed a prototype system to combat driver’s "microsleep" (Photo: VW) Further improvements are needed in the way drivers control the growing array of infotainment and safety features in the car, Frost & Sullivan said in a recent analysis. The researchers said cars' so-called human machine interface ...