Intellias, software engineering partner to automotive manufacturers and mobility-solution providers, will showcase the company’s expertise in HMI, digital cockpit and ADAS-integration technology at CES 2024 on January 9-12 in Las Vegas.
Intellias also will introduce the latest version of its IntelliKit, a portable digital cockpit that demonstrates the latest integration of hardware and software from the company’s partnerships with market-leading players in the mobility and automotive sectors.
IntelliKit is based on Qualcomm’s SA8295P 4th generation Snapdragon Automotive Cockpit Platform integrated with Rightware’s Kanzi One HMI kit and the Blackberry IVY Connected Vehicle Data Platform.
Intellias experts, including Vice President of Delivery and Mobility Oleksandr Odukha, Technology Director Adam Konopa and Delivery Director Sergii Shcherbakov, will be available to discuss IntelliKit and a variety of other mobility-related topics at the company’s exhibit in the West Hall (Booth 7075) of the Las Vegas Congress Center – CES 2024 – Intellias.
“As a software engineering partner for the automotive industry, it is our goal to be ready to orchestrate relevant technologies and components into the products and solutions our clients want to create,” says Odukha. “With the next generation of IntelliKit, we show how we can provide invaluable expertise to OEMs and automotive solution providers as they navigate today’s era of software-defined vehicles.”
Odukha notes that the paradigm shift to software-defined vehicles presents automakers with profound challenges. Carmakers need to develop solutions and products that offer a unique driving experience and can be integrated seamlessly into a modern vehicle’s IT ecosystem.