On Monday, Pioneer Electronics Inc., announced the winners of its first AppRadio Hackathon held last week during the 2012 Specialty Equipment Manufacturer Association (SEMA) Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The event occurred over a 69-hour period and had more than 81 registered developers, who competed to develop the best new apps compatible with Pioneer's AppRadio products.
Directed, an industry leader in vehicle remote start and security, announced its new TL5 firmware solution for the 2012/2013 Toyota Camry and Yaris hatchback key-type models.
This new firmare solution for DBALL features full convenience functionality along with data key override. It doesn't require a scan tool or any special web key replicating tool. The solution is compatible wih Directed SmartStart 3.0.1 and offers DTC codes and status alerts.
At the 2012 SEMA Show, Livio Connect CEO and founder Jake Sigal announced the new over-the-air firmware updates for car stereos available for Livio Connect API developers. The firmware updates connect apps to cars easily for vehicle OEMs, Tier 1 manufacturers, and approved third-party developers.
Sigal explains, "Cars are good for over 10 years. iOS and Android updates every 10 months.
Rockford Fosgate, an industry leader in high-performance car audio systems, has announced its list of spondored vehicles on display at the 2012 SEMA Show in Las Vegas at the the Las Vegas Convention Center from Oct. 30 - Nov. 2.
The company's sponsored vehicles will include new audio systems and will be featured throughout the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Pioneer Electronics recently announced that it will host its first AppRadio Hackathon at the 2012 Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas, taking place on Tuesday, October 30 and ending on Friday, November 2.
Rockford Corporation and their European partner Helix announced that they have partnerd with Utah-based retailer Sound Warehouse to carry the Espirit and Precision lines in its storefronts in Salt Lake City, Ogden, and Orem. The partnership will be effective immediatley.
October may be National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but Viper has been proudly supporting the cause for the past year. Viper, a leader in automative electronics, has been donating the proceeds from downloads of its special-edition pink User Interface for its SmartStart mobile app to benefit breast cancer research.
Audiovox Electronics Corporation (AEC), a subsidiary of VOXX International Corp., recently announced that their Audiovox Driven by DICE MediaBridge and Universal 200 OE Integration products work with the new iPhone 5 and iOS6 running on older iPhones.
Harman International Industries, Inc., announced its plan to establish a software engineering center in the Chicago area to expand its global network of Infotainment engineering and development centers.
Directed, a leader in vehicle remote start and security, recently announced the immediate release of 10 new firmware solutions for the DBALL interface module. Directed developed these solutions for Nissan, Ford, Hyundai, and GM vehicles.
Rockford Fosgate, the Arizona-based maker of high-performance car audio systems, recently announced its SEMA 2012 Web guide. On Oct. 15, rockfordfosgate.com/sema will become a complete virtual guide to the the company's custom show vehicles on display at the 2012 SEMA show in Las Vegas.
Palmer Performance Engineering, an industry leader in vehicle diagnostic and communications software, recently announced that Clarion Corporation of America has chosen to integrate Palmer's new DashCommand app for iOS (v3.2.0) into their in-vehicle Next GATE smartphone controller. Clarion's Next GATE intelligently adapts key iPhone functions for in-vehicle use, like internet Radio, GPS, voice dialing, and…
U-Line, an award-winning leader in built-in undercounter ice making, refrigeration, and wine preservation products, is expanding into the European market.
U-Line has also launched a contest for design professionals to submit their best work in Kitchen, Bathroom, Rec-Media Room, Wet Bar, or Home Office.