During recent years car manufacturers identified added value for their business models in leveraging mobile connectivity and computation. The idea of smartphone as a main component of the car emerged and various auto makers including Ford and GM opened their environment by providing API not only for usual partners, but also for 3rd party developers willing to provide their own applications for in-car use. The idea of standardized On-board unit drove Samsung, Intel and several supporting entities to build Tizen, an open mobile platform for which In-vehicle infotainment system is one of target use cases.
In this presentation I would like to introduce Tizen SDK and Ford's SmartDeviceLink by showing the production process of HTML5 based application for in-car use which takes advantage of target on-board screen, buttons and server in the backend.
The presentation will consist of three parts:
Senior Research Scientist, co-owner and Member of Management Board at Zylia
Jacek Serafiński - Senior Research Scientist and co-owner of Zylia Sp. z o.o. working in Carmesh project. Working with novel automotive technologies, creating visual UIs and middleware for automotive services and applications.
PhD, Co-owner of Zylia Sp. z o.o.
Piotr Szczechowiak, PhD - Piotr is a co-owner of Zylia Sp. z o.o. and Marie Curie research fellow working in EU FP7 IAPP project Carmesh. Piotr did his PhD in Electronic Engineering at Dublin City University Ireland in 2010 and has more than 7 years of experience in the area of embedded systems and software. His main interest cover mobile computing, vehicular communications, smart cities and internet of things.
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