ICS fuses our extensive automotive domain knowledge and engineering expertise with state-of-the-art UX design and graphics capabilities to develop custom, integrated automotive infotainment systems that consumers have come to expect.
Most recently we have joined the GENIVI Alliance, an industry group committed to open source IVI development. We will be exhibiting at the GENIVI CES2015 Demonstration Showcase & Reception at the Trump Hotel on Jan 6th and 7th.
While at CES (Jan 6-9), you can also see the work we've developed using Intel's In Vehicle Solutions in Intel's booth, #7252. Look for the Jaguar! If you can't make it to CES, you can see a video of one example here.
Finally, congratulations to our partner, QNX, for powering Ford's next connected car system, SYNC 3. Given that Qt is the standard GUI toolkit for QNX, we suspect that this means that Qt will soon become the de facto standard for IVI System development as well.
Qt Developer Days 2014 - Highlights
Join us for a look back at the keynote videos and photos that capture the best of Qt Developer Days San Francisco this year. Thanks to everyone who attended, your presence is what made it so successful!
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