To expand market share in an increasingly competitive marketplace, Dongfeng Nissan Passenger Vehicle Company wanted to improve the quality of its infotainment system by offering a customizable user interface and compatibility with multiple devices. Dissatisfied with its Linux-based system, Dongfeng Nissan chose a solution from Shenzhen Hazens Automotive Electronics Company based on Windows Embedded. The infotainment system provides high-definition satellite imagery navigation, digital television, rear-seat entertainment, digital media player functionality and compatibility with diverse standards of 3G/4G networks. The extensible solution also works with a variety of downloaded applications and peripheral devices. Dongfeng Nissan reported increased sales of its car models equipped with the new infotainment system. Moreover, the solution is more reliable, easier to maintain and delivers superior usability that further enhances customers' driving experience.
Dongfeng Nissan Passenger Vehicle Company, which plans to launch 30 new car models in China by 2015, sought to improve the quality of its infotainment system by offering a more customizable user interface and compatibility with multiple devices.
Replacing a Linux-based product with a solution powered by Windows Embedded and Visual Studio, Dongfeng Nissan implemented an infotainment system that offers multimedia entertainment, satellite imagery navigation and support for multiple applications and peripheral devices.
Dongfeng Nissan's easily-customized solution speeds time-to-market. The new system has resulted in better reliability and easier installation, increased sales and an enhanced driving experience.
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