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- ACCESS and DW partner to deliver news to connected vehicles using ACCESS Twine™ for Car
Oberhausen, December 10, 2020 –ACCESS CO., LTD and[nbsp]DW today announced a partnership that sees international and regional news delivered in multiple formats to connected cars. The collaboration enables car users to instantly acces the latest news updates as audio, video or text alerts via the[nbsp]ACCESS Twine™ for Car (Twine4Car) in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) solution.
“Premium content is a central pillar of a services-based offering for OEMs,” says Dr. Neale Foster, CEO, ACCESS Europe. “Car users want instant access to the most relevant news in the most user-friendly way. ACCESS Europe’s partnership with DW delivers that by offering regional and international news to drivers and passengers in multiple formats.”
“This is great news for OEMs who are looking to keep their users informed with trusted source for information in multiple languages and formats,” says Sven Eckoldt, Global Product Director at ACCESS Europe. ”Through rapid technology leaps we are entering the era of the connected car, opening an opportunity for OEMs to create new relationships with car owners and offering the right content is a great way to go about it.”
“DW continually strives to implement technical innovations so that our content can be consumed in as many environments as possible,” said Christian Kuehne, Digital Partnerships and New Business at DW. “The rising streaming capabilities around connected cars provides consumers and media companies with new opportunities. Twine4Car enables DW to make the most of these exciting new developments as automotive becomes a future distribution outlet in the global media landscape.”
Twine4Car comes content from a number of media partners and a wide range of apps, TV services and VOD offerings for a multitude of markets. It enables OEMs to create a fully branded user interface that acts as a central hub for all in-vehicle services, while also allowing access to pre-installed apps and full bring-your-own-device (BYOD) support for smartphones and tablets.
Other features in Twine4Car include:
“Our partnership with DW enables OEMs to provide a content experience that is tailored to the needs of all drivers and passengers to ensure the highest level of usability, whatever the circumstances of their journey,” concluded Sven Eckoldt.
DW is Germany’s international broadcaster. Our job? Ensuring freedom of opinion around the world with unbiased news and information. Nearly 250 million people rely on our TV, online and radio coverage each week to make up their own minds. DW Akademie trains journalists worldwide and supports the development of free media. DW’s global staff is made up of nearly 3,000 people from more than 60 countries.
Since 1984, ACCESS CO., LTD. (Tokyo Stock Exchange Mothers Index, 4813) has been providing advanced IT solutions centered on mobile and network software technologies to telecom carriers, consumer electronics manufacturers, broadcasting and publishing companies, the automotive industry and energy infrastructure providers around the world. The company develops mobile software solutions that have been installed on over 1.5 billion devices, and network software solutions that have been used by nearly 350 telecommunication equipment manufacturers. Utilising its network virtualisation technology expertise and knowledge, the company is currently focusing on the development and commercialisation of Internet of Things (IoT) and media solutions that combine embedded and cloud technology. Headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, the company maintains subsidiaries and affiliates in Asia, Europe and the United States to support and expand its business globally. Learn more about ACCESS at www.access-company.com.
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