Everyone is talking about CES, with the massive show taking place in Las Vegas starting Jan. 8. (Come see us in our booth, by the way, at 1514 North Hall.)
However, the Auto Alliance showed off some very cool connected car technologies at last month’s L.A. Auto Show.
The problem they’re trying to solve is providing drivers with a safe way for them to manage new features that mobile phones bring into the car.
Livio’s Livio Connect helps you access and control smartphone-style apps through the radio in the dash. Livio can mirror your apps and gives you a better way to use them.
Qualcomm and Intel are also working on solutions for car connectivity. Aaaaaaaaand of course you already know about developments like the driverless car that’s in the works from Google.
Of course, when it comes to the latest, most innovative connected car technology on the market right now, it begins and ends with the Viper SmartStart app.
Read full coverage on the connected car at the L.A. Auto Show from TechNewsWorld here.