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Airbiquity adds Twitter and TuneIn radio services in its Choreo Connected Car suite

Published: August 13, 2014 | United States

Airbiquity Inc announced the deployment of two new infotainment content providers on its Choreo private-cloud connected car services platform: Twitter messaging and TuneIn Radio.  By integrating these top tier brands into its Choreo platform, Airbiquity further strengthens an already diverse and expanding infotainment content portfolio and ability to create best-of-breed connected car user experiences.

 After initial Choreo platform integration, certification, and release Airbiquity continually manages updates ensuring drivers have access to the latest and most popular infotainment content available. Airbiquity’s Choreo platform also enables their automotive customers to dynamically deploy and update connected car program infotainment content/apps directly from the cloud without involving or inconveniencing vehicle drivers – a valuable asset for improving customer satisfaction and loyalty.

Airbiquity_Choreo_Infotainment_Twitter_TuneInFor the popular Twitter messaging service, Airbiquity created an in-dash application enabling drivers to view, reply, and post tweets without increasing the risk of driver distraction.  When the Twitter application senses the vehicle is in motion, text-to-speech technology controls the application and the head unit touch screen keyboard is disabled ensuring drivers’ eyes remain on the road.  Drivers can also select from a list of custom preset Tweets to quickly and easily communicate with their followers and respond to other peoples’ Tweets.

For TuneIn Radio, Airbiquity created an in-dash application that enables drivers to stream TuneIn’s over 100,000 radio stations and more than four million podcasts from around the world on their vehicle head unit.  Familiar TuneIn features like Favorites, Trending, Top Podcasts, and Local Radio are fully supported and can be enjoyed while driving without having to pick up a smartphone. Additionally, the application keyboard feature on the head unit can only be used when the vehicle is in park ensuring drivers can’t enter text while the vehicle is in motion.

Airbiquity’s Choreo connected car services delivery platform serves over 4 million vehicles around the world and supports hundreds of millions of vehicle transactions per month for leading automotive OEMs.

Source: Airbiquity


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