Auto OEMs are all striving to lead the way with differentiated in-vehicle entertainment offerings. To explain why progressive customer experiences increasingly require a modular approach to infotainment, our Technical Account Manager, Agustin Almansi, recently spoke at the Automotive Linux Summit 2019.
Ever wondered what it’s like to work at an emerging tech firm? Just ask Justin Hou, who has just completed a summer internship at VNC Automotive. Come with us as we take you behind the scenes…
Project planners for car manufacturers don’t have an easy ride. They must constantly balance the increasing demand for innovation with the practicalities of ROI and profit. Here are four ways new developments in cloud technology and in-vehicle infotainment are empowering OEMs to dramatically simplify the automotive technology cycle.
Wondering how the next wave of in-vehicle infotainment trends will impact the automotive industry? Here are five developments to look out for next year.
Yes, we are celebrating our first anniversary as a standalone business. It’s a year that encompassed ice skating, welcoming new team members, our first $1 million invoice and 6,912 coffees – give or take. To tell the story, here are our facts, figures and team highlights from the first year. Now, pass us the birthday cake!
Ignore the cliché. Sometimes it’s good to blow your own trumpet. Especially when your technology is behind some seriously game-changing innovations in car connectivity and in-vehicle infotainment (IVI). Yes, there’s more to us than integrating smartphones with vehicle dashboards – as proven by the six following paeans to progress.