Which brings me to Panasonic Automotive Systems Company of America. They’re an international supplier of infotainment systems — Chevy MyLink and Chrysler Uconnect are just two of their products — and they need this kind of flexibility to deliver localized solutions to their OEM customers in North America, Europe, and Japan. To help achieve it, they use the QNX CAR platform.
Flexible by design: MyLink supports
a touchscreen, voice commands,
and steering-wheel buttons.
That quote comes from a press release issued just a few minutes ago. To read the release in its entirety, visit the QNX website. But before you click, remember also to visit the Chevy website, where you can find out more about the MyLink system. And did I mention? MyLink has been building quite the trophy case, what with the Best of CES 2013 Award it won in January and the CTIA Emerging Technology (E-Tech) Award it won in May.
|Chevy MyLink system. |
This post originally appeared on the QNX auto blog