Qualcomm is regarded as one of the leading semiconductor suppliers of smartphones and now they have joined with Google to expand its chips that can power automotive dashboards and infotainment systems. Qualcomm announced that the company is joining hands with Google to bring an infotainment system to Renault’s Megane E-TECH electric. The French automakers’ next-generation electric vehicle will use Qualcomm’s chips to power the vehicle’s infotainment system using software from Google.
The all-new Megane E-TECH electric has unveiled on 7 September 2021 at IAA Mobility in Germany. The electric vehicle has a hi-tech infotainment system that is powered by Qualcomm’s 3rd Generation Snapdragon Automotive Cockpit Platforms. The technically advanced infotainment system consists of portrait-sized touchscreen infotainment displays for audio, video, and navigational functions.
Renault Megane E-Tech electric vehicle will arrive with an infotainment system that will accommodate built-in Google apps and services. It will provide not only intelligent infotainment but also in-vehicle customer applications such as Google Assistant, Google Maps, and Google Play. The vehicle’s digital cockpit is powered by the Android Automotive operating system(AAOS). This function uses the technology of Google to bring new realms of intelligence.
However, Qualcomm and Google are joined together to provide a high intuitive Artificial Intelligence(AI)experience for in-vehicle virtual assistance, natural driver-vehicle interaction, and contextual safety use cases.
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