Date: Monday, February 1st, 1999, 00:00
As wireless networking and PDAs such as the Visor bring mobile technology into every facet of our lives, many people wonder how technology fits into the automotive industry and when we’re going to see these gadgets integrated into our cars. The problem is that there is a development gap of two to three years before a car hits the market, rendering most gadgets and accessories obsolete. Motorola’s new MobileGT Architecture may be solution.
MobileGT is an open, Java-centric architecture that can allow automobile manufacturers to easily and cost-effectively develop advanced driver information systems to fit their specific platforms.
MobileGT can address a wide array of in-vehicle applications — dynamic navigation, wireless connectivity and Internet access, natural language speech processing, car audio, virtual dashboards, multimedia and more.
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