Previously seen at CES, QNX brought its Mercedes-Benz CLA AMG concept vehicle to partner Qualcomm's booth at Mobile World Congress.
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QNX supplies connectivity and cabin tech software to the automotive industry, enabling device integration such as playing an iOS music library in a car.
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The concept car demonstrates how QNX software can run everything from an LCD instrument cluster to infotainment on a center display.
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Here, QNX shows how it can process camera views along with generating a virtual speedometer.
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Purely conceptual, QNX shows what a main menu screen based on its software could look like.
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QNX also demonstrates how it can read information from the car's CAN bus, bringing tire pressure information to the main display.
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This navigation concept based on QNX combines a map and street view photograph.
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Audio is, of course, another function of QNX software.
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QNX offers developers a broad range of capability, including new connected car features.
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