Intel® processors used for in-vehicle infotainment solutions lower cost and simplify design of rear-seat entertainment and navigation applications.
Using Intel® Atom™ processors for in-vehicle infotainment solutions enables automotive developers to create a platform that reduces development costs and simplifies design complexity for applications such as rear-seat entertainment and navigation.
Low power in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) reference design details include overview, interactive block diagram, and specifications.
Details for the low power in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) reference design for an open infotainment platform (OIP) include overview, interactive block diagram, and specifications.
See the intelligent transportation future, with sensing, interconnectivity, and intelligence, to cooperatively make driving safer and more efficient.
See the future of intelligent car transportation, with advanced sensing, interconnected data, and embedded intelligence, to cooperatively ease the burden of driving and make it safer and more efficient.Xem Đầy đủ >
Video: Establishing Intel® processors in vehicles and broader channels of transportation infrastructure builds a proactive send-and-response system.
Intel® architecture-enabled automotive infotainment solutions deliver the future of transportation by reducing complexity, costs and time.
Intel's automotive infotainment solutions powered by Intel® architecture enhance the future of transportation today by reducing complexity, costs, and time-to-market.
Video: Intel and Green Hills Software* present the unique value of Intel® Atom™ for next generation in-vehicle infotainment systems.
Intel Embedded and Green Hills Software demonstrate the unique value of Intel® Atom™ processors for next generation in-vehicle infotainment systems with an in-progress example of rich-media MeeGo* applications and safety-critical IVI applications.Xem Đầy đủ >
In April 2012, Nissan and Intel announced the promise of innovative infotainment technology for the connected car and a greater consumer experience.
In April 2012, Nissan and Intel announced the promise of innovative infotainment technology for the connected car to create a more effective, productive, and safe consumer experience.Xem Đầy đủ >
Charge car anywhere project uses Ericsson networking, Volvo, and the Intel® IVI Reference Design for a fully connected, metered electric vehicle.
Charge car anywhere project uses Ericsson networking, Volvo, and the Intel® IVI Reference Design for a fully connected, metered electric vehicle.Xem Đầy đủ >