Mobile technology has never really been able to enter the car till now. But in the past year, manufacturers have started adding connectivity to their cars. At CES 2013, Audi unveiled its A3 with 4G LTE wireless connectivity powered by the second generation Gobi multimode 3G/4G LTE chipset from Qualcomm Technologies. Audi hopes it will be able to provide “enhanced features” such as incar Wi-Fi hotspot, Internet radio, web services and an augmented navigation system that streams street level visual imagery into a screen inside the vehicle.
“Our superior software supports a wide range of operating systems, from Windows and Linux to Android and QNX, delivering the best platform for a range of applications from instrument clusters to infotainment to advanced driver assistance systems,” - Vishal Dhupar, Managing Director – Asia South, NVIDIA.