In-vehicle infotainment (IVI) has come a long way since the car radio. Consumers now demand seamless connectivity for their phones and devices inside the vehicle, and unique infotainment experiences for driver and passenger alike. The amount of software required to make this happen grows exponentially with each new generation of vehicle. The features made available are unique to each automaker and often to a specific model. These features are based on a complex set of applications that require the support of an equally complex set of middleware, which allows the applications and/or features to function effectively. Read this paper to learn more.
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