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A car’s infotainment system is a system that provides a combination of information and entertainment content/services. Typical functions of an In-Vehicle-Infotainment system include providing navigation while driving, controlling audio/visual entertainment material, offering rear-seat entertainment, and connecting with smartphones for a hands-free experience via voice commands.
Infotainment Options assist drivers maintain their eyes on the road and their hands on the wheel, resulting in a safer in-car experience. To prevent driving distractions, infotainment choices like applications and menus must be properly structured and accessing functions must be highly easy. In addition, speech and audio instructions must underpin the in-car app platform, and drivers must be able to explore menus or apps.
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The demands placed on future electric vehicle cockpits are very considerable: Car drivers expect the same kind of seamless connectivity that they have become accustomed to when using their smartphones; the automotive industry’s safety and security standards are very stringent; and vehicle manufacturers want highly versatile systems that cost as little as possible.
In the most recent market development, the Audio and Voice based systems are being placed into action of EV infotainment systems. Voice recognition allows the driver to operate a car’s functions via voice command. By speaking directions, the driver can run features such as navigation, radio, phone media, call, and even air condition temperature, instead of using the physical buttons on the dashboard.
The design of outside vehicle screens is changing. Not only is the number of displays and interactive surfaces in a car growing, but more manufacturers are abandoning traditional buttons in favour of capacitive, digital controls. Panasonic Automotive is focusing on bigger screens and data that may be customised. The business is an In-Plane Switching (IPS) leader, offering more design freedom, curved glass, and visual clarity.
Larger and more capable displays provide information efficiently, while advances in human-machine-interface (HMI) systems are changing how occupants interact within the vehicle’s cockpit. As the lines of controlling and experiencing a vehicle blur through autonomous driving especially as the promise of autonomous driving enables more time to work and play becomes a reality.
More manufacturers are incorporating integrated centre stacks into their vehicles to improve consumer engagement and control. EV based Automotive, as an infotainment leader, provides enhanced touch capabilities, vertical integration, and unique capacitive rotary control knobs. New experiences are enabled at the forefront of curved centre stack displays, with increased usability and cost savings.
The Global Electric Vehicle Infotainment Market can be segmented into following categories for further analysis.
There has been recent technological advancement made within the operational capability of electric vehicles in order to increase its viability and operational efficiency through varied multidisciplinary integration of IC Engine and Electric Motor based EV Technology in order to form a hybrid operational component. The focus has been on implementing better telematics into the vehicles at all times.
When compared to conventional vehicles, electric cars offer a modern alternative to transportation with very low energy consumptions, while helping people get from A to B. Nevertheless, electric cars have some significant drawbacks, most notably, long charging times and limited driving range. However, there is hope on the horizon suggesting that these challenges can be overcome through recent technological advancements.
The MobicarInfo infotainment system connects an electric car’s information system with public transportation networks to give the driver a one-of-a-kind user experience. The technology links the electric vehicle to charging station networks, improves geolocation services, and allows critical data from the vehicle to be communicated to the outside world. The system has the capacity to radically transform itself.
The on-board system has unique electric vehicle features that allow for improvements in efficiency and operability. Because the electric motor controller is interfaced, there is the possibility to change motor control settings manually or otherwise have the infotainment system decide for itself, based on a set of rules and measurements defined, while in driving mode.
Electric Vehicle based infotainment systems typically take the form of a touchscreen or display that’s mounted in (or on) the dashboard in the middle of the car. These have increased in size over the past few years, with some as large (or even larger) than the tablet you have at home.
Touchscreen infotainment systems have become quite common these days. While most of these systems bring navigation and better multimedia support to the table, MG takes it a step further with the help of their I Smart 2.0 infotainment system. MG has outfitted the ZS EV with an 8-inch HD infotainment system known as the iSmart 2.0. The infotainment system has a new 6-core CPU and 3GB of RAM. The robust internals provide a pleasant user experience. The business focused on the sophisticated interface to make the experience even more enjoyable.
Continental has recently introduced the Natural 3D Display, bringing the technology to the centre of the cockpit as a key element of human-machine interaction for the first time. The Natural 3D Center Stack display also offers drivers and passengers a touch function. The 3D Light field technology allows all passengers in the car to experience 3D without the use of special glasses or head tracker cameras. Three-dimensional highlighting, accentuation, and sophisticated lighting effects efficiently and reliably transmit information.
Panasonic has recently brought in a proper brain, which introduced Panasonic Cognitive Infotainment acting as a second brain to sync the thoughts and actions of drivers in unimaginable ways. With intuitive software and apps, drivers are assisted with contextual predictions, deployment flexibility, and attention management.
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