Connectivity in cars is an vital element if the brand wants to sell many units. New technologies have taken over the dashboard of our car and it seems that miss it there will be much less difficult. Developers and brands are working hard to allow their cars to drivers to make one greater number of shares through the touch screen through the union of their smartphones to them.
Next Ford Toyota Engine will be the first firms in creating (or trying to create) a standard for connectivity in cars. To do so, they will begin to use SmartDeviceLink system to expect that more manufacturers will approach is. However in South Korea things are otherwise, and Hyundai Motor Company will work with Cisco to improve connectivity of their future cars.
At CES in Las Vegas , the South Korean firm has communicated the union with Cisco for the creation of the technology necessary for the development of their autonomous cars and the necessary software to improve the connectivity of the cars of the group. With this motion seeking that the comfort of the driver and passengers will be greater and so they are working on several key areas.
The first is the autonomous driving (which are already demonstrating with the first autonomous Ioniq at CES), the second area on which they are working is a route guidance allowing the driver to take the best route to reach your destination. The third aspect is focused on comprehensive vehicle maintenance remotely (mark will get in touch with the customer when servicing the vehicle) and finally the creation of a Mobility Center that will connect to the driver the car with your home and your workplace.
So far No of the two firms announced when it could be available to such advances, although the autonomous Ioniq and the run has taken Hyundai, we could soon have new news.
Source – Hyundai