At the 2010 Nuance Automotive Usability Forum, several companies including Audi, Harman Becker, QNX and Deutsche Telekom presented their views on the future of automotive infotainment.
Harman highlighted their next-generation (Gen 4) platform for connected navigation including the use of CSI protocol to deliver connected services:
Audi outlined their strategy for developing the touch pad:
Deutsche Telekom presented their work with Continental for delivering connected services to the car:
QNX showcased their Flash-capable CAR platform:
Nuance presented their views on the Chinese market for speech applications, and their partnership with Flaircomm: