OPPO and SAIC Motor, a state-owned automobile manufacturer in China, have teamed together to create a cross-platform integration solution for cars and smartphones. The two companies hope to give vehicle owners a novel experience in which their smart car may improve their lives with the aid of their smartphone by connecting to the biggest IoT platforms and making effective use of a single platform.
In order to do this, OPPO will merge its “Project Pantanal” with SAIC’s Z-one Galaxy, creating a full-stack solution that will make driving considerably safer. This alliance aims to link both existing and novel solutions and devices by utilising discovery and connecting capabilities across the broadest range of protocols. It will seek to provide a framework for communications between hardware and software as well as a data transfer environment.
This collaboration will ultimately enable any phone, from any manufacturer, to connect to any automobile and provide a full range of services. The service will work on any size screen and provide consistent performance across several platforms.
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Both companies are committed to their partnership and have invested millions in the research and development stage. This will rank among the largest technological undertakings of this decade, if completely achieved.
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