In-Vehicle Infotainment

In-Vehicle Infotainment is a collection of hardware devices installed into automobiles, or other forms of transportation, to provide audio and/or audio/visual entertainment, as well as automotive navigation systems (SatNav). This includes playing media such as CDs, DVDs, Freeview/TV, USB and/or other optional surround sound, or DSP systems. Also increasingly common in ICE installs are the incorporation of video game consoles into the vehicle.

In-Vehicle Infotainment systems have been featured TV shows such as MTV's Pimp My Ride. In Car Entertainment  has been become more widely available due to reduced costs of devices such as LCD screen/monitors, and the reducing cost to the consumer of the converging media playable technologies. Single hardware units are capable of playing CD, MP3, WMA, DVD.


Our In-Vehicle Infotainment Technology Expertise -- Breadth and Depth

As a Prime R&D company, AVISH has a deep understanding of the dynamic environment of Vehicle Infotainment development. We design, develop, implement, test and support Dashboard, climate control, safety and entertainment applications for the following technologies:

In-Vehicle Infotainment Devices Operating Systems and Platforms
  • iPhone
  • Motorola Zoom
  • OBD-II Supported Cars
  • Android
  • iOS
  • Tizen
  • Embedded Linux