Thanks to the software developed by technology companies today, the cars are smarter than ever. In vehicles that interact with people and other machines, safety and comfort are the most important features that consumers seek.
As you may recall, the technology giant Google announced the Android OS Android Automotive OS in 2017 at its I / O 2017 event. After nearly two years, the company announced that it will launch Automotive OS to Android application developers.
Google launches Android Automotive OS 2020 Polestar 2 agreed to integrate into the tools. The company, which has agreed with different car manufacturers including Audi, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Renault, wants to reach more vehicle manufacturers with mass resources. This is also a good reason for Google to increase its competitiveness in the market.
Technically, Android Automotive is the classic Android operating system with many enhancements. Google has big plans in the automotive industry with this operating system. The company, which started its operating system by supporting third media applications such as music and podcasts for the time being, will be able to adapt the appearance of Android Automotive as soon as possible after the media applications, such as navigation, climate control, phone call and smart phones. Because, the car manufacturers are likely to address different interfaces.
On the other hand, most of the operating system to be integrated into the tools is planned to be developed and updated by Google in the future. This is a way for manufacturers to reduce development and maintenance costs. It can also enable customers to better meet their expectations by regularly updating and expanding the infotainment functions throughout the life of the vehicle. Google's offer will certainly make the face of vehicle manufacturers wanting to cut their costs nowadays.
In the meantime, because of the similarity of the name for the missing Android Automotive OS Android Android'dan Let's share. The Android Auto system, introduced in 2014, completes the infotainment system of the vehicle manufacturer, but does not replace it, allowing applications to display information on the vehicle's infotainment screen.