ExxonMobil and Fiserv announced that they are transforming the way people pay for gasoline using Amazon Alexa. Coming later this year, consumers with Alexa-enabled vehicles, Echo Auto, and other Alexa-enabled mobility devices will be able to say, “Alexa, pay for gas” when they pull up to the pump. This new experience will initially be available at over 11,500 Exxon and Mobil stations in the U.S., and is being demonstrated for the first time at CES 2020 in the Amazon Automotive booth
Here launches the last mile guidance to enhance the important aspect of the supply chain that is seeing a rising demand for home deliveries while having to deal with increasing shortage of drivers. Customers have now come to expect same-day deliveries and accurate Estimated Times of Arrival. In order to meet customer’s demands, fleet operators need a solution that combines route optimization and navigation systems. This is exactly HERE last-mile guidance comes in by pulling out data and services from the HERE platform.
Otonomo, an Automotive Data Services Platform, announced that it has entered into a commercial agreement with Mitsubishi Motors on an initiative to provide Mitsubishi Motors’ connected car customers with exciting new services while adhering to international data privacy regulations. According to the commercial agreement Mitsubishi Motors will integrate with the Otonomo platform so that its vehicles can seamlessly share data with third-party services and application providers – such as smart electric vehicle charging, parking, safety, concierge services, preventative maintenance and mapping.
Cinemo, an automotive-grade multimedia playback, streaming, media management, connectivity and cloud middleware, have announced that pre-eminent Cinemo technologies, designed to make a difference in the way digital media is consumed in the car, will be featured strongly during CES2020.
For the third consecutive year, Robert Bosch Car Multimedia GmbH, a global supplier of entertainment systems for automotive manufacturers worldwide, will utilize Cinemo CARS, Cinemo’s App-based multimedia and connectivity offering dedicated to Android Automotive to demonstrate the performance and universal control of Bosch’s Android Automotive based infotainment and telematics hardware to car OEM’s.
Altia will be demonstrating a number of its end-to-end design solutions for instrument clusters, HUDs (heads up displays), and IVI (in-vehicle infotainment) systems from partner exhibits as well as at its meeting suite for industry professionals. The company will be showcasing HMIs (human-machine interfaces) that include the newest features and innovations in:
- 3D graphical displays that give instruments and objects increased realism and value
- Integrated cockpit designs with glass displays and touchscreen capabilities
- Functional safety via displays incorporating sensors, actuators, and ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems) that meet ASIL B (automotive safety information level B)
- Augmented Reality (AR) HUDs that automatically identify hazards, mark routes and distances, provide location-based information, and much more
Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), a cross-industry effort developing an open-source platform for all connected car technologies, announced that the Subaru Starlink infotainment platform on the all-new 2020 Subaru Outback and the 2020 Subaru Legacy uses open source software from the AGL Unified Code Base (UCB) platform.
JIMU Intelligent showcased its latest intelligent driving solutions, attracting the attention of the global audience. Intelligentization and connectivity are irreversible trends in the automotive industry. As part of the automotive industry chain, JIMU launches solutions with different features, such as forward road perception, blind-spot monitoring, surround-view monitoring, driver status monitoring, big data analysis and cloud computing for different application scenarios after years of technical polishing and business exploration. Customers could choose the optimal solutions with the best cost-efficiency.
CCC Information Services (CCC) and American Honda Motor Co., Inc. (American Honda) announce that the OEM becomes the first to integrate its diagnostics scanning cloud technology into the CCC X data exchange, simplifying scanning and reporting for Honda and Acura vehicles. Honda diagnostics data will be ingested by CCC X and passed seamlessly into CCC ONE, the platform repairers use to write millions of estimates. Repair facilities will be able to run diagnostics for any Honda or Acura vehicle using a Honda-approved J2534 device and CCC Diagnostics, an integrated feature of CCC ONE, connecting them directly to the Honda Diagnostics Cloud. CCC Diagnostics enables repair facilities to request and receive scan data, clear codes, and rescan directly from within the system they use every day, minimizing hardware and software requirements and eliminating the need for manual entry of scan report data.