The Paris-based firm is exhibiting at the show alongside NXP to present the new automotive infotainment application.
It is demonstrating the capabilities of the NXP infotainment chip set in combination with the Hybrid Radio solution.
Radioline, which develops car applications that are compatible with Linux HTML5 and Android for cars, says the solution “meets the growing technological needs of car manufacturers.”
According to the company, the Hybrid Radio app offers “an easy and customizable interface for an optimal” driving experience.
“Radioline has combined its technologies with NXP to ensure an interactive and secure driving experience that meets the driver’s needs and pleasure,” said Xavier Filliol, COO of Radioline.
Characteristics of the system include automatic switching between six connections, IP, DAB +, FM, HD, DRM and CDR; the possibility for drivers to save and find their favorite stations, podcasts or songs; access to local, national and international programs through catalogs available on the app; access to content information such as a title, description, cover and album name. In addition, says the firm, the app features a “clean and intuitive” in-house designed interface.
“Radioline has quickly developed an application well suited to demonstrate the capabilities of our infotainment chip set,” said Nacho Seirul-lo, NXP’s director of program management.
“Radioline has enabled the integration of Broadcast and Internet radio in our radio demonstrator thereby improving the user experience.”
The company is exhibiting at the NXP booth CP-18 in the Central Plaza.