Learn the differences between hardware and software audio solutions, and explore common use cases from the automotive industry.
ICS is working toward our inevitable self-driving future.
Voice has always been recognized as an ideal way for a driver to interact with an auto because it reduces driver distraction.
I was present at the 2007 MacWorld Expo where the iPhone was announced.
In this blog post, we will explain the core architecture of the media manager.
Look no further when looking to build a media manager for automotive IVI...ICS just released open source code and all of our events around our Media Manager. Read more and download the code!
In this blog post, we will show how to address some of the challenges when multiple users bring devices into the car.
We came up with an interesting architecture that addresses many of the vexing issues with existing IVI solutions.
The auto manufacturers are being challenged on so many fronts these days: are they up to this challenge as well?
Let's talk IVI and speech recognition. Siri-ously? Yep. Find out what we have to say!
Among the many things we've learned in building retail kiosks is the expectation for user interaction changes as the size of the display gets larger.
Demand for connected devices in automobiles is accelerating as mobile ecosystems are maturing.
As the year draws to a close, I thought it would be good to take a look back at some of the major events of the Qt world in 2014.
Congratulations to our friends at QNX for powering Ford's next Connected Car System, Sync 3.
In-vehicle systems have recently been pulled from relative obscurity into the limelight.
The area of IVI, or more generally the Connected Car (mirrorlink.com)(1), seems poised to be a hot market for 2014 and beyond.