The Arm tech driving automotive innovation at CES 2019

The car was very much the star at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this year, with car makers filling the halls of Las Vegas Convention Center with cutting-edge automotive technology. 2019 is shaping up to be the year of the tangible. Complementing the proof-of-concept autonomous driving demos was a focus towards in-car tech that’ll be improving the user experience for drivers by the end of the year, whether that’s in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) or simply intelligent climate control and a more comfortable interior enabled by technology.

Each of these technologies require varying degrees of compute power while maintaining stringent power efficiency and security standards, so having the right hardware under the hood is universally important. And with more than 85 per cent of infotainment systems and many under-the-hood applications powered by Arm-based chips, it’s little wonder that so many of the automotive innovations on display at CES 2019 rely on the Arm ecosystem.

We scoured the show floor in order to bring you the latest and greatest automotive technology with Arm at its core…

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