Samsung and Harman demonstrated their Digital Cockpit at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2019. This vehicle offers features like personalization for in the car and at home. Similarly to other AI’s before it, Bixby is the copilot to this Digital Cockpit. With the sound of your voice, passengers can make in-car commands, connected with third-party apps and Galaxy Home users can even check the status of their residence.
At Valtech we view ourselves as a long-term partner in the digital development of connected cars. We recognize that as technology continues to evolve automakers can adapt to the needs of their customers and exceed their expectations. Valtech knows the value of connected cars.
Waymo is working to reduce the number of drivers on the roads by piloting a program with rideshare characteristics. With a self-driving car, passengers can safely embark on their daily commutes, run errands and shop while they ride.
As if being a passenger couldn’t get any easier, Walmart partnered with Waymo to transport customers to their stores. Shoppers order their groceries online, and a Waymo vehicle picks them up to retrieve their items. Customers can get their groceries without setting foot out the car. Walmart employees load the groceries in the car completely catering to the shopper. The experience is entirely seamless.
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Valtech Mobility specializes in the design, development and business integrations of Internet of Things (IoT) platforms for connected vehicles. In the last 18 years, Valtech supplied connected vehicle services for Audi, Bentley, BMW, Daimler, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, PSA, SEAT, Skoda and Volkswagen. We work in all strategic digitalization fields of the OEMs like connected vehicles, mobility, electrification or digital sales. We deliver end-to-end solutions from design and UX concept to in-car services.
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