After “Internet of Things”, the program adopted by a lot of producers lately, that makes reference to a intelligent home, now the Internet of Vehicle is the new vogue. Among the companies that will launch such a platform we also have HTC, producer that recently received certification from Taiwan’s National Communications Commission (NCC) for this device.


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The system developed by HTC is called Think+ Touch OBU 2015, and among its features we get WiFi, Bluetooth connectivity, GPS navigation, a lane departure warning system, tire pressure monitoring system and sonar-based collision avoidance system.

From the information revealed, it seems that this product runs Android 4.4.4 KitKat. Some rumors are saying that the platform will be launched at first in Asia. Unfortunately, we don’t have a definite launch date for this product designed for cars.



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