Intel and Nissan together have revealed an in-car infotainment system that will bring an interesting array of features to some Infiniti vehicles. The system was revealed at the New York Auto Show and showcased within Nissan’s concept car, the Infiniti LE (2013 model). It will support an Intel Atom CPU and bring multitasking to the car.
Ton Steenman, vice president of Intel’s Brilliant Systems Group, said “Technology and automobiles are important elements of everyday routine and by mixing the two, we can we achieve a truly linked, cellular lifestyle…The handling power of the Intel Atom brand allows NISSAN to produce details and enjoyment to individuals and travelers at the same time in a safe manner and paves the way to more pleasant generating encounters.”
Nissan has selected Intel as a technological advancement partner to develop rich in-vehicle encounters that will keep Nissan individuals and travelers informed, interested and effective while keeping maximum safety.
The industry-leading, twin-display will enable the car owner to see vital traffic details and routing while at the same time providing enjoyment, such as films, to travelers. The service creates on a historical relationship between Intel and Nissan, which includes put together analysis through Intel Laboratories to discover new ways to personalize programs and boost cellular phone connection in the car.
Giving a similar user-centric approach to analysis and service, along with Intel’s encounter in customer technology as well as skills in providing software and elements handling solutions and Nissan’s strong understanding of the vehicle market and generating needs, the two companies are helping the vehicle market produce new car owner and traveler encounters.
The put together analysis targeted on several areas of discovery, such as cellular device-to-vehicle combination, cloud-based services for automobiles, and automobile video undercover via mobile phones, as well as automobile access and control via mobile phones. Additionally, using near-field devices or a bar code to safely pair a cellular phone with a car allows the cellular phone to become an exclusive key for distant keyless use of the automobile.