Solutions for Automotive
Building on our know-how in embedded software powering over 1.5 billion devices today, including IVI systems, we provide embedded solutions that are integrated with automotive human-machine-interfaces (HMI), device management, dashboard and multimedia systems. We offer car manufacturers and Tier 1s solutions that enable them to meet and surpass consumers’ high expectations of the experiences delivered by in-vehicle infotainment systems. Our solutions are designed to be integrated by any OEM and Tier 1 and enable both embedded IVI and BYOD within infotainment systems.
ACCESS provides embedded solutions that are integrated with automotive human-machine-interfaces (HMI), device management, dashboard and multimedia systems. ACCESS’ solutions offer car manufacturers and tier-one suppliers the added confidence of deploying market proven technologies that deliver interactive content in resource constrained environments.
ACCESS launched the first mobile web browser in the 1980s and now provides software solutions to over a billion connected and mobile devices. It provides automotive OEMs and Tier 1 manufacturers with solutions that meet and surpass consumers’ increasingly high expectations of the experiences delivered by in-vehicle infotainment systems. ACCESS solutions are designed to be deployed by any OEM and Tier 1 without additional development and cater for both embedded screen and BYOD infotainment systems.
ACCESS solutions also allow OEMs to automatically aggregate and analyze the considerable amount of consumer data that comes from the connected car, helping them to offer targeted services and to better understand driver behavior.
Our embedded solutions are integrated with automotive human-machine-interfaces (HMI), device management, dashboard and multimedia systems. These solutions provide car manufacturers and tier-one suppliers with the confidence of deploying market proven technologies that deliver interactive content in resource constrained environments.
ACCESS Twine™ for Car
Content Service and Software Solution for Connected Car Infotainment
ACCESS Twine™ for Car (Twine4Car) is a white label solution to enable automotive OEMs to provide their customers with entertainment services to the infotainment head unit, rear-seat entertainment and customer devices (“BYOD”). It is designed to bridge the gap between the automotive and the content industries.
NetFront™ HTML5 Platforms for Automotive
High performance HTML5 engines enabling a standards based solution for delivery of HMI, services and applications
ACCESS provides the automotive market with the broadest range of commercially supported HTML5 platforms, enabling OEMs and suppliers to take advantage of full featured HTML5 based browser solutions. ACCESS provides IVI developers with the choice of WebKit or Chromium Blink as the core of their HTML5 based platform.
NetFront™ Browser NX Automotive Profile
A WebKit-based and HTML5-Compliant Browser Tailored for Next-Generation In-Vehicle Infotainment Devices
NetFront Browser NX Automotive Profile is a tailor-made version of standard NetFront Browser NX considering the automotive-specific environment and user experience. It also supports Cloud infrastructure and HTML5 application framework, the Chromium Blink Engine and GENIVI.
NetFront™ Living Connect for Connected Cars
Media Sharing Solution
NetFront™ Living Connect for Connected Cars is a market-leading Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) Technology Component™ solution that enables automotive manufacturers, and consumer electronic companies to quickly and efficiently implement media sharing and media playback use cases for connected cars.
To learn more about our product portfolio for the automotive industry, contact us today.
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