Luxoft, a in collaboration with LG Electronics, Amazon and Mapbox unveiled Luxoft HALO, the company’s latest shared mobility concept featuring a revolutionary digital, consumer-grade in-vehicle experience. Luxoft HALO will be formally debuted at CES® 2020, Jan. 7-10, 2020,
Luxoft HALO shared mobility concept demonstrates how all consumers’ mobility needs can be seamlessly integrated with their personal digital lifestyle.
”Together with our key partners, we can now deliver a complete, highly personalized and intelligent in-vehicle consumer-grade experience, powered by webOS Auto, the platform for shared and intelligent mobility,” said Vildan Hasanbegovic, director of partnerships and head of marketing at Luxoft Automotive. ”It’s an open platform that delivers, with exceptional quality, an existing ecosystem of intelligent services and dynamic content — from in-vehicle infotainment to connected video streaming services and more — that is increasingly becoming an essential part of consumers‘ personal digital lifestyles.”
Luxoft can already deploy webOS Auto to large-scale series production systems, including:
- Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) for traditional needs;
- Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) with ride-hailing mode;
- Cabin display for ride-hailing systems; and
- Center stack display for ride-hailing systems.
Partner Innovations Showcased in Luxoft HALO
LG Electronics and webOS Auto
webOS Auto is an open and ideal platform for shared and intelligent mobility. webOS Auto provides features, and functionality, and incorporates all essential components such as multimedia processing, multi-display control, connectivity, security, offering improved comfort and convenience to passengers.
Alexa already helps you simplify and organize your life at home – now you can take her with you on the go with Alexa Auto. Alexa can help you play music, get directions, place calls, listen to audiobooks, control your smart home, and more, with just your voice – so you can keep your hands on the wheel and eyes on the road. Alexa is already available in dozens of vehicles from leading automakers, and Amazon has released services like the Alexa Auto SDK that make it easy for automakers and suppliers to integrate Alexa directly into their infotainment system.
Mapbox is a live location data platform powering maps and navigation experiences for mobile, web, gaming, and automotive. Mapbox maintains SDKs for developers building for webOS Auto, Android, iOS, Unity 3D, and web, and APIs for rendering maps and performing spatial functions. Every month, over 150,000 developers build with Mapbox. Over 45,000 mobile apps are powered by Mapbox SDKs. Applications and platforms built by developers using Mapbox reach more than 600 million monthly active users.