Oct 2011


RealVNC’s VNC Mobile Solution for Automotive - Video





RealVNC provides remote control software which lets you see and interact with desktop applications across any network

RealVNC’s VNC Mobile Solution for Automotive has already been adopted by many leading automotive manufacturers and major equipment suppliers, including Jaguar Land Rover, RIM, Clarion, Wipro, Cybercom, Denso, Visteon and QNX. RealVNC maintains the VNC Server software running on the mobile devices for all operating systems and new mobile devices, removing the need for car manufacturers and Tier 1 suppliers to continuously upgrade in-vehicle system software to keep pace within the fast moving mobile market. All leading mobile devices are supported, including Windows Mobile, Symbian, Blackberry, iOS, Android, WebOS and Linux. And as well as MirrrorLink, RealVNC also provides additional functionality and supports iPod Out that allows an iPhone 3G/3GS/4/4S or iPod Touch to display the video interface on an in-vehicle head unit and to accept commands from vehicle input devices.




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