PxPixel
DTS Completes RadioDNS Compliance Testing - Radio World

DTS Completes RadioDNS Compliance Testing

The DTS Connected Radio platform now supports RadioDNS standard and Project Logo service for drivers worldwide
Author:
Publish date:
WorldDAB and RadioDNS Publish Guidelines for In-Car Logo Usage promo image

Xperi subsidiary DTS has completed RadioDNS compliance testing. The DTS Connected Radio platform will now support the RadioDNS standard and the Project Logo service for drivers around the world. 

RadioDNS’ Project Logo service utilizes the RadioDNS standard in the delivery of hybrid radio content in connected broadcast radios and provides a source of broadcast radio metadata from supporting broadcasters.

“As a founding member, we have long supported RadioDNS,” said Jeff Jury, general manager, automotive at Xperi. “DTS Connected Radio utilizes metadata from a variety of sources and we are proud to support RadioDNS as part of our global connected car solution and look forward to delivering a rich, dynamic service on behalf of broadcasters around the world.”

[Read: It’s All About the User Experience]

“RadioDNS encourages broadcasters and manufacturers to work with RadioDNS compliant technology providers, and we’re really pleased that Xperi has certified their Connected Radio platform as compliant with RadioDNS’ Project Logo functionality,” said Nick Piggott, project director, RadioDNS. 

Nick Piggott is project director for RadioDNS

Nick Piggott is project director for RadioDNS

“Compliance testing is a service we offer to all RadioDNS members, as either suppliers or purchasers wanting independent verification."

[Read: HD Radio Pumps Up Rev for Xperi]

By pairing broadcast radio with IP-delivered content, DTS Connected Radio offers users an analog and digital (DAB and HD Radio) AM/FM experience. 

The company says its DTS Connected Radio aggregates metadata, such as artist and song information, on-air radio program information, station contact information and more, directly from broadcasters around the world to deliver a single API with a cohesive visual experience in the vehicle. 

Related