Connected car services provider Airbiquity has expanded its Driver Experience infotainment delivery offering to include Template and Projection based deployment options, the company said.
The addition of these two options provides automakers ready access to the company´s global and regional infotainment app portfolio, Choreoâ¢ service delivery platform, and a full range of choices for connected car infotainment app deployment:
Custom provides maximum flexibility via customized user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) design applied to individual apps and integrated into multiple vehicle head units.
Template allows streamlined deployment via common pre-defined UI/UX design applied to multiple apps and integrated into multiple vehicle head units.
Projection provides minimized complexity via smartphone powered UI/UX design applied to multiple apps and projected into multiple vehicle head units.
Airbiquity has integrated over 45 infotainment apps and 12 vehicle head units into its Choreo service delivery platform for multiple automaker programs around the world, including translation into more than 30 languages.