Watch Now: Explore the Future of Automotive Infotainment

Recent developments in the connected car entertainment experience are exploding what you thought you knew about automotive infotainment, music streaming and hybrid radio.

Tune in to this impactful video from the Future Networked Car Symposium to learn where the in-car infotainment and connected radio are heading – and how you can take advantage of the connected car revolution.

Xperi’s VP of Engineering Paul Venezia explores the benefits greater bandwidth will have on the future of next-gen infotainment.

“The growing prevalence of robust cellular data connections to the vehicle…is really the key to delivering a lot of these enhanced services,” Paul says. “Beyond just radio and audio, we get into a bunch of future-looking products that are related to video and…other markets that weren’t normally available to cars.”

Learn how DTS Connected Radio and DTS AutoStage can enhance your connected car services and solutions during this insight-fueled video.

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Here is another snippet from the symposium:

“It all starts with the connection of the car to the IP network, to the internet. And on the back end, the services that are available to provide it like Xperi’s DTS AutoStage, which is a cloud based service, in technical terms, microservices based on event-driven architecture that is built to scale globally, and support millions and millions of automotive clients. That’s what’s happening on the back end. That’s what’s what we’re building to provide the data necessary to create these experiences in the car and create these products and services. As we move forward towards the future of automotive, infotainment, and entertainment. And as we look further out beyond just radio and audio, we get into a bunch of future looking products that are related to video and a lot of cases, but also other markets that weren’t normally available to cars, like gaming. And when we look at rear seat entertainment and automotive, autonomous driving then starts to become more and more realistic.