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Wipro to develop connected-car solutions

Posted: 27 Nov 2012     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:smartphone  connected-car  in-car systems 

Wipro Technologies has joined the Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC), a body dedicated to developing standards and solutions for smartphone and in-vehicle connectivity.

As a CCC member, Wipro said it will develop smartphone-based connected-car solutions.

The consortium has created a technology standard, MirrorLink, which ensures seamless communication between compliant smartphones and in-car systems like steering wheels, dashboard buttons and screens.

"Membership in the Car Connectivity Consortium is the logical next step in our endeavor to create the best driving experience for consumers. We've been working on similar technology for more than two years and have built solutions for interfacing with Terminal Mode and Non-Terminal Mode mobile devices," said John Slosar, GM—automotive electronics, Wipro Technologies.

"Our membership in CCC will further enable us to provide MirrorLink certified well tested and up to date solutions quickly to our customers."

In the automotive space, the company provides product development solutions for infotainment and telematics systems, body electronics, instrument clusters, power train & engine management systems. More than 15,000 engineers are engaged with Wipro's engineering R&D and product engineering services. R&D services contributed to 12.4 per cent of Wipro's IT services revenue in FY 2011-12.

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