Around 300 car models are Android Auto-ready today. Nvidia, the mobile tech supplier and over 28 car manufacturers have joined efforts to promote the platform, as part of the Open Automotive Alliance.
Today, using a display to interact with technology is so commonplace that even the most low-tech experiences are getting a screen for basic tasks. Think of fridges, trash bins or even hotel lobbies. The advent of AI and machine learning is further accelerating the change.
We have recently explored how to connect – wireless – to embedded devices scattered across factories and warehouses. Windows Embedded Handheld (the successor of Mobile 6.5) is a typical choice of OS of such devices, and most of them can have Bluetooth and WiFi on board – so these technologies are obvious choices.
Perelman’s guide is now available in Android Market.