Rightware’s Kanzi One is used in Marelli MInD-Xp Cockpit DCU platform at CES 2023
Integrating the latest technologies that drive vehicle personality and performance, Marelli utilizes Rightware’s Kanzi One to create its advanced vehicle platform which is on display at CES 2023.
The demo runs on a Qualcomm 4th generation Snapdragon 8295 processor and utilizes seven displays, eight cameras, and a wide range of sensors and data sources, all integrated and synchronized with Kanzi One. It showcases advanced features like a driver monitoring system (DMS) with drowsiness detection, surround-view monitoring, rear-seat passenger cameras, and more, all brought together in a beautiful, easy-to-use, highly functional UI created with Kanzi One.
The main cluster and Horizon Head-Up Display run on the QNX operating system, while other displays leverage Android™. As Kanzi One supports all major automotive platforms and offers uniquely deep integration with Android Automotive, these diverse systems perform as one to deliver a delightful experience for the user; all while requiring less work by the development team. This means faster iteration and less time from proof-of-concept to production.
Marelli relies on Kanzi One’s unique capabilities to
- Seamlessly integrate myriad displays, cameras, sensors, and data sources
- Easily create stunning 3D interfaces with photorealistic rendering and great performance
- Implement a highly efficient modular workflow across internal teams
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