addition to Toyota, Jaguar Landrover and KamAZ interest in Tizen OS show General Motors, BMW, Peugeot Citroen and Renault. However, despite the South Korean roots of the system, the local the Hyundai Kia still focused on Android.
OS Tizen, which is jointly developing the Samsung and Intel, can become a significant player in the niche OS for automotive infoteymenta. It is now known about the interest of the platform and the new partnership with Samsung manufacturers such as Toyota and Jaguar Landrover.
These auto companies have already demonstrated the conceptual version of its infotainment systems in the framework of the project Tizen In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI), which was chosen as the standard car manufacturers alliance GENIVI. Besides these, a fundamental interest in the OS said General Motors, BMW, Peugeot Citroen and Renault.
In Russia infoteyment based Tizen should soon get a brand Kamaz trucks. Hardware and software solution called Russian Hill, localized for the Russian market with the support of Intel, support services “ERA GLONASS”, voice control, includes navigation with real-time traffic information, a radio, a media player, a telephone application and the application for social networks, calendar, and browser.
first prototypes of the truck with such systems were to appear for sale in September 2013, but no information about what really happened there now.
Interestingly, despite the Samsung participation in the project Tizen, do not know about any such plans of South Korean automakers. But the first victory won here Android. As already wrote Auto.CNews, the Hyundai Kia equip their infoteymenty platform from Google and access the directory Google Play.
Among oriented to the Tizen OS automakers – Russian “Kamaz”
Authors Tizen IVI want to create a universal policy framework for automotive multimedia systems with a single app store. Currently released its third full assembly platform with support for HTML5. It Tizen 3.0 will be used in further developments.
This open platform has received architectural elements of its predecessors MeeGo, LiMo and Bada. Unlike Android it does not use Java-virtual machine. Tizen is designed for a wide range of electronics, including smartphones, tablets, televisions, navigation devices, portable gadgets and even refrigerators with Internet access. The first Tizen-product that appeared on the retail market, has become the camera NX300M.