The hardware foundation for webOS Auto is Qualcomm Snapdragon Automotive Development Platform.
LG Electronics and its partners intend to present the platform of connected cars LG webOS Auto at CES 2020, which will open in Las Vegas on January 7.
The South Korean tech giant is about to showcase the latest version of the Linux-based automotive infotainment platform, on which it is working together with Qualcomm, Microsoft, Qt and Luxoft.
At its booth, the company will show a model of a connected car, developed jointly with the supplier of car seats Adient. With the help of this exhibit, visitors to the exhibition will be able to evaluate the capabilities of webOS Auto.
The hardware foundation for webOS Auto is the Qualcomm Snapdragon Automotive Development Platform.
Microsoft will introduce the LG-MS Audio Video Navigation System (AVN) in its pavilion, in which webOS is integrated into the Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform.
Luxoft will introduce a concept car with webOS Auto, while Qt will introduce a user interface for cars.
LG partners also include iHertRaido, Mapbox and Cerence, which provide a variety of content for connected cars.