Working together to harness the power of EVs
TOMTOM DIGITAL COCKPIT PARTNER
MIH recently unveiled Project X — an open and agnostic EV ecosystem with a unique bring-your-own-vehicle (BYOV) model. Its modular design and standardized interfaces will reduce both the time and costs involved in developing next-level user experiences (UX). But this initiative isn’t just for driver-centric A-segment vehicles – it will also unlock new business models for a range of stakeholders, such as mobility-service providers and new EV brands.
The TomTom Digital Cockpit is driven by the same vision. That’s why TomTom is leveraging its experience to support Project X, among other working groups. One of these is the Smart Cabin working group, whose future-focused digital cockpits encapsulate lighting, chairs and other functionalities.
TomTom has also taken other steps to contribute to MIH working groups, supplying expertise and resources around EV routing, in-dash navigation, ADAS and Virtual Horizon and mapping technologies. This allows TomTom to integrate the standards defined by these working groups within its own product portfolio, helping it bring its customers and partners closer to the sustainable future envisioned by the MIH Consortium.