FUJITSU TEN Joins the Open Automotive Alliance™ (OAA)

  FUJITSU TEN Joins the Open Automotive Alliance™ (OAA)

Business Wire

KOBE, Japan -- June 27, 2014

FUJITSU TEN LIMITED has joined the Open Automotive Alliance™ (OAA). The OAA is
a global alliance of technology and auto industry leaders committed to
bringing the Android™ to cars starting in 2014. The OAA is dedicated to a
common platform that will drive innovation, and make technology in the car
safer and more intuitive for everyone.
Android Auto™ which was announced at the Google I/O brings all the apps
drivers know and love, through an interface that’s built for driving. After
connecting an Android phone to a compatible car, drivers will be able to
“project” their experience onto their car’s in-dash display, giving them
access to apps and services which have been optimized for the car with voice
input and glanceable controls.
We are going to provide the in-vehicle infotainment systems equipped with this
function as a product for an automobile manufacturer at the fiscal 2015.

Through this alliance, FUJITSU TEN believes that the ecosystem surrounding
in-vehicle infotainment systems and Android devices will expand comfort and
convenience for customers. Based on our years of experience developing
products in this field, we believe it will lead to improvements in the
manufacturing of vehicles.

Android is a trademark of Google Inc.

FUJITSU TEN LIMITED, established in 1972 with investment from FUJITSU LIMITED
and with additional investment from Toyota Motor Corporation and DENSO
Corporation in 1973, is a leading manufacturer of automotive electronic
equipment. It is a globally-recognized manufacturer of car navigation and
audio systems, ECU for engine and airbag control, and mobile communication
equipment, and is involved in the development of systems that use sensor
technologies such as cameras and millimeter wave radar to detect obstacles
near automobiles. FUJITSU TEN is expanding its business globally by fulfilling
orders for genuine products for TOYOTA and other automobile manufactures both
domestically and overseas.


[Inquiries from the press]
Hiroto Sagara, +81-78-682-2170
Corporate Communications Dept.
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