Study: Android challenges automotive OS market: Page 2 of 2

March 26, 2019 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
Study: Android challenges automotive OS market
In a current study, market researcher Frost & Sullivan analyses the automotive operating system market. The result: Android is increasingly in a position to challenge incumbent operating systems, in particular QNX. There are two particular reasons for this.

OEMs are also building their own proprietary software OS and car-specific, in-house voice assistants. Automotive OS ecosystem participants will look to tap the growth opportunities offered by:

  • Partnering with OEMs, academic institutions, and technology developers to enhance OTA and security in connected vehicles.
  • Adopting open-source tech to guard against software incompatibility in a fragmented market.
  • Developing Internet of Things (IoT) OS to resolve the complexities inherent in cloud computing and mobility.
  • Targeting the mid-to-low consumer segments as they increase demand for IVI.
  • Providing services such as real-time traffic information (RTTI), point-of-interest (POI), 3D maps, and dynamic routing.
  • Shortening the time-to-market.

Further information on this analysis:

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