Open Automotive Alliance - Android pe Honda

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Open Automotive Alliance - Android pe Honda

    Google a anuntat azi Open Automotive Alliance, axat pe dezvoltarea sistemelor multimedia auto bazat pe Android.
    Unul dintre membrii fondatori e Honda (pe langa Audi, GM si Hyundai).

    Sursa: http://www.openautoalliance.net/

  • #2
    Interesant ... cu putin timp in urma spuneau ca vor integra Siri (apple stuff) iar acum vad ca "s-au sucit" spre Android (mai bine)

    Comment


    • #3
      Fereasca Dumnezeu de o masina cu Android, la cat de buguit si vulnerabil e. Eu personal m-as gandi de cel putin 10 ori inainte de a cumpara o masina cu asa ceva.
      http://hondafan.etp.ro/gallery/v/den1grator/

      Comment


      • #4
        Integrarea platformei Apple (Siri) ar fi multumit o singura piata, cea americana, si-ar fi adus suferinta pe celelalte piete, pe cand Android-ul are o raspandire mai mare dpdv geografic, iar permisivitatea si posibilitatea de customizare e imensa, spre deosebire de platforma Apple, care e inchisa.
        -------------------
        There is no point of having if you can't share.

        Comment


        • #5
          banuiesc ca e vorba de multimedia stuff si evtl navigatie
          sper ca nu internet
          cat despre bug-uri nu cred ca e treaba asa de albastra
          pentru cine are nevoie, de ex NSA, accesul ascuns e la fel de facil si pe android si pe ios

          sent using digital smoke
          Last edited by Turkish; 06-01-14, 21:19.
          "Ethics. That's always so inconvenient."
          Cal Lightman

          Comment


          • #6
            Surpriza! Apple i-a depasit cu CarPlay?

            http://www.apple.com/pr/library/2014...n-the-Car.html

            Comment


            • #7
              Si google revine cu AutoLink - se pare ca va fi anuntat saptamana urmatoare la I/O

              A new report is saying that Google is gearing up to introduce a CarPlay rival at their I/O conference next week. The in-car solution will sport features similar to those of Apple's CarPlay, allowing users to navigate the software using their vehicle's own built-in controls. The system would differ from the standard infotainment devices and instead project data from a connected Android phone onto the vehicle's dashboard screen.

              Known internally as Auto Link, this is said to be the first product of the Open Automotive Alliance, a group that was formed earlier this year. Consisting of Google, Nvidia, Honda, GM, Audi, and Hyundai, the OAA said in January that it would bring the Android OS to cars "starting in 2014". It's uncertain just when or where we'll see Google's in-car software, but it's expected to be shown off next week during Google I/O.


              Sursa: http://www.androidcentral.com/google...ival-next-week

              Comment


              • #8
                Si inca un pas inainte :
                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ht8yzpIV9M0

                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d36cIFCJvQs

                http://www.android.com/auto/


                "
                Google announces 40 new partners for the Open Automotive Alliance


                Google spent a good bit of time talking up Android Auto at Google I/O but for it to truly succeed, it needs partners. And that's just what it got with Google announcing 40 new partners into the Open Automotive Alliance. We already knew the likes of Audi were on board, but the new list of partners covers car makers from all over the world such as Mazda, Renault and Bentley, as well as third-party in-car tech manufacturers such as Alpine, Clarion and JVCKenwood.
                Oh, and the best part? The first cars will be on the road before the end of 2014.

                "
                Sursa:
                http://www.androidcentral.com/google...otive-alliance
                Last edited by dinoc; 25-06-14, 23:03.

                Comment

                Working...
                X