Mobica has collaborated with Mediatek to deliver an innovative integrated Digital Cockpit concept. The Android built Automotive platform enables Automotive OEM data ownership retention and runs on a single SoC (system-on-chip).
Android Open Source Project (AOSP) from Google is used to develop the solution to allow OEMs to retain data IP for future monetisation strategies. The Integrated Digital Cockpit runs both the cluster Human Machine Interface (HMI) and Android IVI on a single SoC MediaTek Autus I20 (MT2712) enabling further cost savings for Automotive OEMs.
The cluster HMI displays driver notifications through ADAS (Advanced Driver-assistance Systems), a speedometer, guided navigation manoeuvres, tell-tales and media information. The IVI system provides TomTom connected Navigation, Media Player, phone integration and 360 degree parking assistant camera with image stitching.
Wolfram Ries, VP of Automotive Sales at Mobica says: “Mobica has deployed it’s virtualisation, systems integration, and Arm IP expertise to create a next-generation, personalised, multi-domain HMI. All of which are then executed on a single Arm-based system-on-chip from Mediatek, chosen for its high performance and power efficiency. We are delighted our solution illustrates the combined capabilities of Arm, Google AOSP, TomTom Navigation Software, MediaTek, and Mobica in delivering a next generation in-car experience.”
Mobica has displayed this solution in the Automotive Zone, at the Arm TechCon Expo in San Jose.