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Intel showcase at MWC 2013 IVI Tizen

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During the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2013 yesterday in Barcelona, ​​Spain, Intel showcased Tizen IVI compatible with HTML5 applications. Through IVI Tizen, Intel hopes to create a single operating system for in-vehicle infotainment systems for vehicle manufacturers and application developers do not have to rewrite their applications for different cars.
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According to Intel, some of the players in the automotive industry today most worried about using HTML5-based systems in their vehicles because of the lag. To assuage these fears, Intel proved the solution in his booth demo at MWC 2013 by connecting a mini computer running infotainment system with touch screen display and steering wheel-style video game arcade. When the touch screen will automatically appear immediate response from the system, which allows us to access the maps for navigation and changing songs stored on the hard drive or smartphone. Tizen OS IVI even capable of showing real-time information that comes directly from your vehicle, including fatigue and pressure to the engine temperature display.
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One feature Tizen IVI more impressive is its ability to change two tires on the screen using the steering wheel on the demo unit. Tools desired gear selector located next to the steering wheel, and when withdrawn automatically displays the selected gear cars on display.
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Aside from being able to read input from the user, IVI Tizen will also allow vehicle manufacturers to provide a number of applications in the car to users without forcing developers to create special versions of their applications for different vehicle makers. Although the system is still in its early stages, but through this demo everything seems to be going well. So no one chose Linux Foundation Tizen as a reference platform for Automotive Grade Linux .

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