In-Vehicle Software/Telematics (44)
Suppliers having expertise in development of in-vehicle software and telematics applications.
Accurate Technologies, Inc. in Wixom, Michigan.
A supplier of control system development tools with experience in automotive controls and ECU application and measurement tools. Product applications include controls system design, rapid prototyping, in-vehicle calibration and network analysis.
Agero, Inc. in Medford, Massachusetts.
A supplier of vehicle-based telematics services for automobile manufacturers including vehicle relationship management applications, remote diagnostics, automatic collision notification, location-based emergency response and road-side assistance, stolen-vehicle tracking, navigation and other location-based information services.
Analog Devices, Inc. in Norwood, Massachusetts.
A supplier of high performance analog, mixed-signal, digital processing, and MEMS ICs for the demanding signal processing requirements of automotive safety, security, infotainment, powertrain, body and chassis electronics systems.
Andrea Electronics in Bohemia, New York.
A developer of hardware and software microphone technologies which optimize the performance of voice user interfaces for automotive telematics systems and auto PCs. This location houses production operations, research and development, sales, administration and executive offices.
Arada Systems, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
Specializes in developing hardware and software solutions for vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication technologies.
Averna in Montreal, Québec.
Provides automation systems, embedded systems and test systems for the automotive and other markets. Products and services include IDB 1394 platform, IEEE-1394 boards, software, turnkey systems and engineering.
Clarion Corporation of America in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of audio systems, in-vehicle computing systems, rear vision camera systems, and components, etc.
Comfort Motion Technologies™, LLC in Anderson, Indiana.
A provider of software used in vehicle seat multi-position sensing applications.
Computer Sciences Corporation in Falls Church, Virginia.
Provides information technology (IT) services. Automotive industry expertise includes supply chain optimization, integration of vehicle and consumer electronics, product development as well as manufacturing throughput.
Connected Vehicle Trade Association in Plymouth, Michigan.
A non-profit business league established to facilitate the interaction, and advance the interests, of the entities involved in the vehicle communication environment. Enables the collaboration of companies, organizations, and governmental bodies engaged in developing vehicle communications.
Cruise Automation, Inc. in San Francisco, California.
A provider of autonomous vehicle driving technologies.
Danlaw, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
A supplier of computer systems and software engineering products and services, including a proprietary software development tool, MxVDev™. Specializes in the design, development and testing of real-time embedded systems focusing on the automotive industry.
Data I/O Corporation in Redmond, Washington.
A provider of expertise in the area of programmable devices such as microcontrollers. Supplies device programming software and services for microcontrollers and memory devices. Capabilities include custom bootloader and application integration development, data file management tools, advanced device socket technologies, in-system/on-board programming and RoHS-compliant hardware.
DG Technologies in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Specializes in the design and development of intelligent software and hardware protocol interface devices for the in-vehicle and controller area network markets.
Electronic Concepts and Engineering, Inc. in Holland, Ohio.
An electronic engineering services provider. Automotive-related capabilities include automated manual transmission (AMT) controls, closed loop fuel injection controls, drive line control system modeling, telematics hardware design, on-vehicle fiber-optic data networking, vehicle data recorder and statistical loggers, hybrid electric vehicle control systems, oil quality monitoring systems, automotive vibration cancellation systems, continuously variable transmission (CVT) controls, engine telemetry signal conditioners, vehicular flat panel instrument clusters, diagnostics & prognostic tools and instruments, automotive gas turbine engine controls, signal conditioning units, self contained data acquisition & control units, specialty actuator controls, engine control modules, specialty sensor conditioning, vehicle multiplexed serial communication products, simulators and custom test equipment, etc.
Elektrobit Automotive Americas, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Elektrobit Automotive Americas, Inc. in Bothell, Washington.
Developes embedded automotive software for applications including navigation, infotainment, and vehicle information systems.
Embedded360, Inc. in Hamilton, New Jersey.
A provider of automotive embedded systems solutions. Areas of expertise include infotainment, telematics, safety, security, powertrain management, engine management, instrument clusters, and body electronics, etc.
Experience Dynamics, Inc. in Portland, Oregon.
A vehicle telematics usability and user interface design consultancy firm. Services include human machine interface design, usability research, driver distraction, hardware and software design, ergonomics, human factors engineering consultancy and telematics.
Gentex Corporation in Zeeland, Michigan.
Provides interior and exterior automatic-dimming rearview mirrors: exterior mirrors with and without LED turn signals, and interior mirrors with additional electronic features including telematics, LED map/reading lamps, compass and temperature displays, tire-pressure warning systems, headlamp controls, microphones with voice recognition capabilities, and TRIP functions, rear-camera display mirror and SmartBeam (high-beam assist systems).
Green Hills Software, Inc. in Santa Barbara, California.
A supplier of software development tools and royalty-free real-time operating systems. Expertise includes real-time operating systems and device software optimization for 32- and 64-bit embedded systems. Applications include automotive infotainment.
Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc. in Bedford, Massachusetts.
A provider of icustom n-vehicle software development services. Automotive application areas include infotainment.
Logikos, Inc. in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Provides design services and complete assemblies for advanced automotive electronic systems, such as telematics, mobile multimedia, safety/security systems, body electronics, and CD players. Also develops software for powertrain controls, body electronics, chassis controls, and instrumentation.
Mentor Graphics Corporation in Wilsonville, Oregon.
A provider of software and hardware design solutions in the area of electronic design automation. Provides electrical and electronic (E/E) design tool solutions for the automotive market. Application areas include design, analysis and engineering of electrical distribution systems and associated harnesses, automotive networking and electric and electronic sub-systems. Also provides embedded system/software for in-vehicle network design.
MicroStrain, Inc. in Williston, Vermont.
A supplier of wireless micro-miniature displacement, orientation and strain sensing systems that measure strain, force, displacement, acceleration, temperature and inclination, for test and measurement, process control, quality assurance, condition based monitoring of machinery etc.
Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America, Inc. in Mason, Ohio.
Manufactures starters, alternators, ignition systems, audio and navigation systems.
MontaVista Software, LLC in San Jose, California.
A provider of Linux-based frameworks for integrating in-vehicle infotainment and dashboard displays. Application areas include in-vehicle web-browsers, media players, email clients, connection managers, GPS systems, etc.
N.S. International, Ltd. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of instrument panel clusters and head-up display units. Capabilities also include embedded software for automotive instrument clusters.
Nuance Automotive in Burlington, Massachusetts.
A provider of speech recognition, text-to-speech, signal enhancement and other technologies with automotive applications.
OnStar Corporation in Detroit, Michigan.
Provides in-vehicle telematics tools.
Peloton Technology in Mountain View, California.
Expertise includes automated vehicle technologies.
Pi Innovo, LLC in Plymouth, Michigan.
A provider of electronics and software solutions for the automotive industry for engine controllers, gearbox, HEV and distributed architecture, telematics systems, body control, instrument clusters, vehicle infotainment and systems engineering training. Products include the OpenECU range of automotive-grade controllers, available in volumes from 1-100,000 for a wide range of applications including engine, gearbox, chassis and emissions controls.
QNX Software Systems, Inc. in Ottawa, Ontario.
A provider of real-time operating systems, development tools, and middleware for automotive telematics, infotainment, and navigation applications.
Real-Time Innovations in Sunnyvale, California.
A provider of autonomous car systems design and development software.
Red Bend Software in Newton, Massachusetts.
A provider of software solutions to perform software maintenance and upgrades for vehicle software; mobile & connected-devices virtualization; and automotive telematics systems.
Renesas Electronics America, Inc. in Santa Clara, California.
A supplier of high-throughput microprocessors and embedded microcontrollers that support in-vehicle communication systems based on LIN, CAN and FlexRay technologies. Capabilities include power MOSFETs for next-generation, high-voltage automotive systems.
Rosenberger of North America, LLC in Akron, Pennsylvania.
A manufacturer of RF coaxial connectors, adaptors, attenuators, cables, and test accessories. Products include connectors, for automotive/telematics applications available in a variety of configurations, for cable and PCB applications.
Sensory, Inc. in Santa Clara, California.
A supplier of automotive telematics speech recognition and speech synthesis technologies.
The Bergquist Company in Chanhassen, Minnesota.
A manufacturer of thermally conductive insulation materials and substrates used in cooling power electronics, membrane switches for horn switch applications, and touch-screens for telematic applications
Toyota InfoTechnology Center, U.S.A., Inc. in Mountain View, California.
Researches, evaluates and develops new information technologies, devices and software.
Vector CANtech, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
A provider of distributed network, i.e. CAN (controller area network), LIN, MOST, FlexRay and TTCAN software/hardware tools for the automotive industry. Other products include GMLan, FNOS and DC embedded software.
Verizon Telematics, Inc. in Atlanta, Georgia.
Designs, engineers and manages vehicle- and driver-centric telematic solutions.
Wind River Systems, Inc. in Alameda, California.
A provider of embedded software and services for creating connected smart devices. Products include development tools, real-time operating systems, and advanced connectivity software providing automotive electronics solutions from embedded controller units and automotive information gateways, to infotainment and telematics devices.
Xilinx, Inc. in San Jose, California.
A supplier of programmable logic devices, IP and solutions. Automotive applications include infotainment, driver assistance (camera, radar, laser-based), gateways and comfort & convenience.