Windows Mobile for Automotive

Windows Mobile for Automotive

Microsoft's platform for in-vehicle communications and entertainment. The Basic version provided Bluetooth capability for hands-free cellphone use and a USB port for playing back digital music. The Standard version added GPS capability and a built-in GSM phone. See Windows Mobile.
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Windows Mobile for Automotive defines the state of the art in automotive-grade operating system software for in-car communications and infotainment solutions.
Fiat Auto SpA was the first automaker to commercially release systems based on the Windows Mobile for Automotive platform at the Geneva Auto Show in February.
We are honored to receive the Best Telematics Solution Award for Windows Mobile for Automotive.
com/automotive) since July 2004, has launched the first product to result from this collaboration: Blue & Me, a communications and entertainment system that's primarily based on Windows Mobile for Automotive, rather than a hardware platform.
FIAT and Microsoft will launch Blue&Me, based on Windows Mobile for Automotive, at the Geneva motor show next month.
More information about Windows Mobile for Automotive and Microsoft's Automotive Business Unit can be found at http://www.
Whether through Windows Mobile for Automotive solution or Windows Automotive software platform, Microsoft is dedicated to helping automakers and suppliers reduce time and cost to development so they can more easily deliver a wide range of OEM and aftermarket in-car communication, information, and entertainment experiences.
Concurrently, Microsoft and Fiat Auto Group unveiled Blue&Me, the first in-car infotainment system based on Windows Mobile for Automotive.
Microsoft(R) Windows Mobile for Automotive provides the industry with an open, standardized platform for in-car infotainment system development.
Whether through its Windows Mobile for Automotive or Windows(R) Automotive software platforms, Microsoft is dedicated to helping automakers and suppliers reduce cost and time for development so they can more easily deliver a wide range of OEM and aftermarket in-car infotainment experiences.
Previously referred to by its code-name, "T-box," Windows Mobile for Automotive will be the latest addition to the Automotive Business Unit's family of products.
Windows Mobile for Automotive will define Microsoft's standard platform for quick-to-market, low-cost telematics systems.