- Qualcomm announced new features for its Qualcomm Digital Chassis car platform at CES 2022.
- It also signed up new car partners that will use the system in their next-generation vehicles.
- Updates include new cockpit features, assisted driving options, and cloud-based updates.
Qualcomm announced new efforts in its automotive technology plans during CES 2022. That includes Snapdragon Digital Chassis, which will offer car makers a way to expand the tech available for vehicle owners.
Qualcomm Digital Chassis includes a number of different features that car makers can use as a full package. Conversely, they can pick and choose which ones they want to integrate into their future vehicles.
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An example feature includes the Snapdragon Ride Platform for better assisted and automated driving features. Another example is the Snapdragon Cockpit Platform, which will allow cars to include advanced multi-display and multi-camera interiors, with high-end audio and video features.
Other Digital Chassis features include the Snapdragon Auto Connectivity Platform, which will allow cars to connect to other devices and cloud servers via LTE, 5G, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. Also, Snapdragon Car-to-Cloud Services will support updating cars with new features and upgrades via cloud connections.
Snapdragon Digital Chassis has already received support from a number of carmakers. That includes General Motors, BMW, Hyundai, Volvo, Renault, and more.