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Chrysler's UConnect is a popular infotainment system compromising of a main screen and menu with clear icons, a QWERTY layout and simple navigation. You can use the system to connect Bluetooth-enabled handsets to your car while keeping your hands on the road, and drivers can voice activate the system to make calls, mute the radio and contact emergency services. You can also transfer calls between your car and smartphone when entering or exiting a car.
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Nvidia is another chip maker looking to secure itself a strong position in the connected car industry. The company is developing the Tegra Visual Computing Module (VCM) which can work alongside various vehicle operating systems and will boost the processing performance of infotainment systems, according to the firm.
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