H Google δεν θα συνεργαστεί μόνο με την Audi, αλλά και με ακόμη 3 εταιρίες (αρχικά), φέρνοντας το Android στα αυτοκίνητα. Το project ονομάζεται Open Automotive Alliance (OAA) και οι εταιρίες θα συνεργαστούν ώστε να δημιουργήσουν νέα συστήματα ενημέρωσης και ψυχαγωγίας.

Ιδρυτικά μέλη του project είναι η Audi, η General Motors, η Google, η Honda, η Hyundai και η Nvidia αλλά αναμένεται να προστεθούν στο μέλλον περισσότερες εταιρίες. 

Το τι έχουν στο μυαλό τους οι εταιρίες δεν έχει γίνει ακόμη γνωστό, αλλά η λογική λέει πως το Android θα ενσωματωθεί στα infotainment συστήματά τους, στα οποία θα μπορούν να ενσωματωθούν apps καθώς και ένα σύστημα φωνητικών εντολών, αντίστοιχο με το Siri της Apple.

Η Google κλείνει την ανακοίνωσή της λέγοντας πως το πρώτο αυτοκίνητο με Android λειτουργικό θα βγει στην αγορά στα τέλη του 2014.

[Πηγή: Google]

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New partnership to bring Android to the open road

In this multi-screen world, switching between our different devices should be easy and seamless. Common platforms allow for one connected experience across our phone, tablet and PC, so we get the right information at the right time, no matter what device we’re using. But there’s still an important device that isn’t yet connected as seamlessly to the other screens in our lives – the car.

To help address that gap, today we’re announcing a new partnership that will bring Android, the world’s largest open platform, to the open road. Google has teamed up with automotive and technology leaders Audi, GM, Honda, Hyundai and Nvidia to form the Open Automotive Alliance (OAA), a global alliance aimed at accelerating auto innovation with an approach that offers openness, customization and scale.

Today, millions of people already bring Android phones and tablets into their cars, but it’s not yet a driving-optimized experience. Wouldn’t it be great if you could bring your favorite apps and music with you, and use them safely with your car’s built-in controls and in-dash display? Together with our OAA partners, we’re working to enable new forms of integration with Android devices, and adapting Android for the car to make driving safer, easier and more enjoyable for everyone. Putting Android in the car will bring drivers apps and services they already know and love, while enabling automakers to more easily deliver cutting-edge technology to their customers. And it will create new opportunities for developers to extend the variety and depth of the Android app ecosystem in new, exciting and safe ways.

But this is just the beginning; we welcome other automotive and technology companies to join the OAA, to work together to build a common platform to drive innovation in the car and bring Android to the open road. Learn more about the OAA at, and stay tuned in 2014 for more updates coming soon to a car near you.