|By Business Wire||
|January 2, 2014 12:04 PM EST||
WHAT – Elektrobit Automotive (EB) executives at the 2014 International CES in Las Vegas (Jan. 7-10) will be available to discuss next-generation automotive infotainment systems and navigation trends by phone or at the company’s exhibit (North Hall – Booth 3034).
WHO – Gregor Zink, executive vice president, EB Automotive; Artur Seidel, vice president, EB Automotive N.A., and Manuela Papadopol, director of Global Marketing, lead a group of senior EB Automotive executives attending this year’s CES.
NEWS – EB will display a variety of innovative automotive software development applications including:
- The VUE, a project car developed by the University of Sherbrooke that incorporates autonomous driving and advanced electric-vehicle technology.
- The new 2014 Mercedes Benz S-Class with best-in-class driver assistance features developed with EB software-integration support.
In addition QNX will feature EB Automotive’s latest navigation technology (EB street director) at the unveiling of its new CES 2014 Technology Concept Car (North Hall, Booth #536).
ACTIVITIES – EB will take part in a panel discussion about next-generation automotive trends and technologies with Ford executives and consumer trends expert Myles Kovacs at the Ford stage (Booth 2222) located in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 9.
MEDIA CONTACTS: To schedule an interview, please call or email: Austin Nestor with AutoCom Associates at +1.248.647.8621 or firstname.lastname@example.org; Sharon Beyerlein with EB Automotive at +1.425.286.5202, or Larry Weis with AutoCom at +1.248.705.4448.
BACKGROUND – Audi, Ford, General Motors and other major auto makers and their suppliers will have driver assistance, navigation and infotainment technology on display at CES designed to improve safety and driver comfort.
With N.A. headquarters in Detroit and Seattle, EB plays a major role in the development of software-based driver-assistance, navigation and infotainment systems. EB-developed systems currently are on the road in millions of vehicles built by global car makers such as Audi, BMW, Cadillac, Daimler, Ford, General Motors, Mercedes Benz and Volkswagen.