What’s New in the Connected Car | Tuxera

What’s New in the Connected Car

Consumers love to be connected and want to have the full access to the apps and the Internet also while driving. The interactive screen found in the new auto models is now a major factor impacting purchasing decisions. According to a recent study from Parks Associates, 78% of connected car users will look for connected car features in their next vehicle. Some of the most desired functionalities include smart navigation, safety and diagnostics. Customers want better interfaces, seamless connectivity, added online channels and most of all, ease of use. Connected car becomes an extension of the digital social lifestyle enhancing the driver and passenger experience.

In-car infotainment systems have to be fully capable of handling a range of entertainment, navigation, telematics and other vehicle demands at a greater energy efficiency. Ernst & Young forecasts 88% of new car models to have integrated telematics by 2025. Complex, internet-enabled IVI systems require more computing power and a lot more memory. New solutions, specifically tailored for the automotive market, are needed to provide extended storage for an increasing number of applications, rich multimedia data and advanced software.

Flash-memory friendly and fail-safe by design, Tuxera solutions are a perfect fit extending significantly the flash memory lifetime and ensuring file system consistency in every situation.

- Desay SV Automotive and Tuxera PR

Tuxera file systems ensure the highest performance even in case of slow memory sticks or when the storage becomes full. Optimized for the internal flash memory, Tuxera solutions meet hardware performance limits without sacrificing interoperability and reliability.

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