JLR and Intel join hands for future in-vehicles technologies

Jaguar Land Rover will collaborate with Intel for developing future vehicle infotainment systems. A new Research & Development wing of Jaguar Land Rover will come up at Portland, Oregon.

By Carandbike Team


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Published on January 6, 2014

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    Jaguar Land Rover will enhance its research and product development on future vehicle infotainment technologies through a new collaboration with Intel and the opening of a new Technology R&D centre in Portland, Oregon.
    Jaguar Land Rover's new research facility will help lead the development of future vehicle infotainment systems and will be responsible for collaborative work with a number of technology partners. Jaguar Land Rover and Intel have already begun work on multiple levels across engineering, research and marketing as Jaguar Land Rover progresses its ambitions to deliver the best in-car infotainment experience.
    Dr Wolfgang Ziebart, Jaguar Land Rover Engineering Director, said, "Our aim is to innovate and develop the ultimate user experience for our customers and by taking a collaborative approach with both technology start-ups and large organisations such as Intel, we will push the boundaries of future infotainment technology".
    The new Open Software Technology Centre in Portland, which will open in 2014, will complement the established Jaguar Land Rover infotainment team based at the company's product creation facility in Gaydon, UK. Facilities will include a multimedia creative suite, innovation spaces, development laboratory and a six-bay vehicle workshop.

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