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Thursday, April 05, 2012
Intel Chips TO Power In-Vehicle Infotainment Systems In Nissan Cars


The next-generation in-vehicle infotainment system (IVI) for select NISSAN Motor Company production vehicles will be powered by the Intel Atom processor beginning next year.

The IVI system features a twin-display that was unveiled in the Infiniti LE, a luxury zero-emissions concept vehicle, at the New York International Auto Show today. Infiniti is the luxury vehicle brand of the NISSAN Motor Company.

The twin-display will enable the driver to see traffic information and navigation while simultaneously delivering entertainment, such as movies, to passengers.

The product development builds on a relationship between Intel and NISSAN, which includes joint research through Intel Labs to explore new ways to customize applications and enhance mobile device connectivity in the car. The joint research focused on several areas of exploration, including mobile device-to-vehicle fusion, cloud-based services for vehicles, and vehicle video surveillance via smartphones, as well as vehicle access and control via smartphones. For example, by using in-car connectivity and cameras and sensors already in the car, the car is able to notify the owner via smartphone when the vehicle is struck in a parking lot.


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