Bangalore-based Allgo Embedded Systems, an in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) technologies specialist and CMAI Association of India, a premier trade organisation, are the two names that are participating at the ongoing 2018 CES Asia.
The global event is showcasing the entire technology ecosystem, across 20 product categories, aimed at improving people's lives around the world.
The 2018 international Consumer Electronics Show Asia (CES Asia 2018) opened on June 13 and will continue till June 15 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre in Shanghai, China. The event is hosting more than 500 global companies and will introduce transformative innovation, latest 5G, artificial intelligence (AI), augmented/virtual reality, vehicle tech and more.
Allgo Embedded Systems provides multimedia, connectivity and mirroring middleware solutions for the automotive market. It holds licenses for providing multimedia, driver monitoring, connectivity solutions, ethernet AVB and in-vehicle infotainment security for various automotive customers along with turnkey services and certification support. It has offices in India, US, Germany, Japan, Taiwan and South Korea.
Demonstration of Allgo eCockpit solution (Source: Youtube)
CMAI Association of India says that it has trained more than 20,000 delegates in cyber security - ethical hacking and safe web development. In the field of education, CMAI interacts with more than 100,000 educational institutes.
Pioneering technologies unveiled at CES Asia
CES Asia has already seen the launch of Byton’s second concept car, the Byton K-Byte even as Cadillac is showcasing the Super Cruise, the first hands-free driving system for the highway.
Meanwhile, Honda has announced its Xcelerator project to extend its cooperation with innovative enterprises worldwide and Kia Motors has unveiled its new concept under ‘Mobility-ACE’. The smart vision EQ ‘fortwo’ is also on display at the event. The promoters of the event have announced that ‘Senseplay FPV car series’ took the number one slot in ‘Last Gadget Standing’, presented by Living in Digital Times.