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SmartDeviceLink Consortium

Jan 09, 2017

Xevo in the News: Toyota and Ford Launch SmartDeviceLink Consortium

CES 2017 was a very exciting time for automotive technology announcements. One of the biggest announcements coming from major automakers such as Toyota and Ford was the launch of the SmartDeviceLink Consortium. The Consortium was established for industry experts to work together to "accelerate [the] industry-driven standard for in-vehicle apps." Xevo is a leading member of the Consortium.
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Dec 15, 2016

Introducing Xevo

A Letter from Dan Gittleman, CEO of Xevo Today, I am excited to announce that we are changing the name of our company from UIEvolution to Xevo and have acquired Seattle-based machine learning startup Surround.io Corporation.
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Jun 01, 2016

SDL: A Better Way to Get Mobile Apps into the Connected Car

By Koji Hosaka, President of Xevo Japan & GM of Automotive Consumers want a better way to use their favorite mobile phone features and apps while they’re driving. Automotive manufacturers want to deliver a unique, state of the art connected car experience that reinforces their brand, exceeds customer expectations and takes advantage of new usability and safety features. Application developers want an efficient way to extend their app to the connected car. These three customer type demands are converging, and Xevo believes that the open standard, SmartDeviceLink (SDL), is a catalyst for accelerating mobile app development for the connected car.
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May 10, 2016

Xevo’s Commitment To Automotive Grade Linux

By Koji Hosaka, President of Xevo Japan & GM of Automotive In our vision for creating a completely connected car, industry collaboration plays an essential role in expediting Xevo’s path to a connected future. That’s why I’m thrilled to announce a new collaboration: starting today, Xevo is joining the Linux Foundation in a collaborative effort to support the connected car through its Automotive Grade Linux project.
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