Get Ready for QNX at 2015 CES

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Get ready for a new QNX technology concept car where mobile connectivity, safety features, acoustics technologies, and an intuitive UI work in concert to create a fully integrated experience. The car will be unveiled at 2015 CES.

The Consumer Telematics Show (CTS) will kick off the calendar year for the connected car community on the eve of CES.

Hear QNX Software System’s Andrew Poliak speak on The Ecosystem Earthquake: Is Infotainment Still Shaking with executives from Honda, Nissan, and The DiSTI Corporation.

  • Discover the strategies that OEMs are employing to continue differentiating their connected services, in spite of the roll-out of uniformed platforms from Apple and Google
  • Uncover the techniques of OEMs to attract and retain users to proprietary app stores and services in a bid to support existing revenue models that will stave off outside competition
  • Assess the appetite for a standard to evolve around CCC/Mirrorlink, GENIVI, Apple CarPlay, and OAA so that all systems can be supported for maximum consumer access to services

In the spotlight this year is a combination of mobile connectivity, safety features, acoustics technologies, and an intuitive UI that work in concert to create a fully integrated driving experience.

Visit booth 2231 to see ways that QNX touches your life every day, from Hollywood action flicks to global shipment tracking. Check out how our customers are already using QNX technology and what we envision for products of the future. Speak with QNX experts to learn about the benefits our software can provide to you and how our technology is evolving the automotive industry.[signoff predefined=”Enjoy this?” icon=”icon-users”][/signoff]

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