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Why Automakers (Should) Care about HTML5

December 14, 2011 // Andy Gryc, Kerry Johnson, QNX // 0 comments

Why Automakers (Should) Care about HTML5 Download 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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