Smart Cabin Working Group Insight Sharing Webinar

People expect electric vehicles to be the bridge between life and technology. To improve user experience, automotive OEMs are racing for the implementation of innovative smart cockpit technologies to pursue personalized customer experiences. However, this business model will lead to the increase of development costs for the supply chain and Tier 1. This is a drawback of the popularization and evolution of electric vehicles.

MIH hopes to solve the challenges mentioned above. The goal of the Smart Cabin Working Group is to standardize the interface. Traditionally incompatible components, e.g., computing units or the test chassis due to manufacturer differences, will become compatible through the standard interface developed by MIH and MIH members. The hardware interface means cables and connectors, and the software interface refers to protocols and data format. The interfaces related to the cockpit need to be standardized too.



Want to know more about The Smart Cabin Working Group and what it is working on?

Join us for the discussion this month!


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  • Time: 10/28 Friday, 2-3pm Taiwan Time (GMT+8)
  • Format: webinar (Meeting link will be shared with you before the event)
  • Registration: Fill out the registration form before 10/26 (Wednesday)
  • Language: English
  • Speakers: MIH, Clientron, Karma, TomTom, Cerence, Kneron



14:00-14:05 Opening, MIH

14:05-14:15 Clientron’s vision for the future Smart Cabin, Clientron

14:15-14:25 Karma’s vision for the future Smart Cabin, Karma

14:25-14:35 Combine IndiGO platform with Smart Cabin, TomTom

14:35-14:45 Cerence’s VPA Technology, Cerence

14:45-14:55 Edge AI chip in Smart Cabin, Kneron

14:55-15:00 Q&A


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