Why Automakers (Should) Care about HTML5
December 14, 2011 // Andy Gryc, Kerry Johnson, QNX // 0 commentsDownload White Paper 1Mo
To deliver the content and services consumers want, not just in the automotive industry, but on other devices, including tablets and smartphones, manufacturers have resorted to a bewildering array of different technologies. HTML5 is a non-proprietary and widely adopted standard that is already proving its worth in a wide range of implementations. If anything can help automakers deliver what their customers want in their in-vehicle infotainment systems at reasonable cost today and tomorrow, that something is HTML5.
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