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Report on Global and China Automotive Audio and Infotainment Industry [2014-2015]

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Dec., 09, 2015, Mumbai, India: Market Reports on China presents the report, on “Report on Global and China Automotive Audio and Infotainment Industry [2014-2015]”. The design of Infotainment software is becoming more and more complicated so much so that traditional Infotainment companies began to aggressively acquire software companies to stabilize their market position.

Global and China Car Audio and Infotainment Industry Report, 2014-2015 covers the following:
1. Global automobile market and industry;
2. Chinas automobile market and industry;
3. Automotive infotainment development trends and supply chain
4. Automotive infotainment market and industry
5. Twenty-three key automotive Infotainment vendors

The definition of Infotainment is so vague that virtually all vendors have their own definition in this respect. "http://www.marketreportsonchina.com/industry-mfg-market-research-reports-2601/global-china-automotive-audio-infotainment1.html" In a broad sense, Infotainment includes simple Audio System (also known as Audio Infotainment) in low-end models and traditional in-vehicle navigation system in mid-end models. In a narrow sense, however, Infotainment contains HMI, Connectivity (WiFi\3G\LTE\Bluetooth\Mobile Phone), Telematics (Navigation\Alerts), Entertainment (Radio\Audio\Video), and ADAS (Cameras Display\Black box), that is to say, Hi-end Infotainment.

Todays Hi-end Infotainment is the mainstream Infotainment in the future. The design of Infotainment software is becoming more and more complicated so much so that traditional Infotainment companies began to aggressively acquire software companies to stabilize their market position. In addition, Infotainment is also getting closer to ADAS. In January 2015, Harman acquired RedBend, an Israeli software company, for USD170 million and Symphony Teleca for USD870 million.

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