Open Automotive Alliance

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Open Automotive Alliance

An affiliation of auto industry and technology companies that supports the hands-free operation of Android applications in vehicles. Founding members include Google, NVIDIA, GM, Honda, Audi and Hyundai. The Open Automotive Alliance (OAA) is the Google/Android (Android Auto) counterpart to Apple's CarPlay system. See CarPlay.
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The Android Auto system will be available on the 2015 Hyundai Sonata with Navigation.
The Android Auto systems brings the functionality of an Android-powered smartphone to the vehicle's eight-inch touchscreen.
Auto Business News-June 26, 2014--Volvo to equip 2015 XC90 with new Android Auto system
Volvo Car Corporation, a Sweden-based automaker, is equipping its 2015 XC90 with the new Android Auto system.
Standard equipment across the range includes alloy wheels and an Intellilink colour infotainment touchscreen compatible with the latest Apple CarPlay and Android Auto systems, via which you can duplicate the functionality of your smartphone handset onto your car's infotainment screen to access maps and message reading.
It features an updated version of the brand's IntelliLink infotainment system, which includes both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto systems for interfacing with a smartphone, and glare-free IntelliLux LED headlights, lane-keeping assistance, traffic-sign recognition, blind-spot monitoring and active parking assistance.
These two work together with the new Apple CarPlay and Android Auto systems to display audio settings, navigation directions, rear camera displays, and more.