Android Automotive is a flexible operating system that offers a comprehensive suite that auto makers can adapt to meet their specific needs. However, with Android installed in the cars, auto makers must be Google/CDD-compliant to be eligible to offer third-party apps for their end users, and there are also guidelines to be followed in terms of software updates.
In a free webinar, Elektrobit’s head of UX/UI, Frank Uhlig, explains how auto makers can successfully integrate Android Automotive and offer their customers unique in-car experiences and the ability to install Android apps.
Key topics covered in the webinar include:
- The overall dimensions and constraints of integrating the Android platform into vehicles;
- A specific use case for the Chinese market – WeChat on Android; and
- The outlook on future opportunities for auto makers to create branded user experiences with robust infotainment systems designed for the digital age.
The webinar can be viewed here.