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Luxoft to Showcase its Technologies at Consumer Telematics and Consumer Electronic Shows

Luxoft Holding, Inc, a leading provider of software development services and innovative IT solutions to a global client base, today announced participation in Consumer Telematics Show 2015 in The Rio Hotel & Casino on January 5, 2015 and in GENIVI CES 2015 Demonstration Showcase in The Trump Hotel on January 6 – 7, 2015, both of which to be held in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Luxoft will host its guests at the Company’s showcase booth and its automotive and telematics subject matter experts will participate in panel discussions. The Company will demonstrate several technologies, including:

  • AllView – a reference design platform for creating an in-vehicle user experience (UX)
  • Populus – a complete tool chain for human machine interface (HMI) design, development and the deployment of automotive user interfaces (UI) for distributed embedded systems
  • Computer Vision and Augmented Reality Solution – a software framework optimized for embedded hardware that helps implement a wide range of in-car Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) functionality quickly and cost-efficiently. The feature-rich and robust solution encompasses road recognition, vehicles detection and tracking, and a single camera-based egomotion engine. It also implements seamless navigation integration, and maps and sensor data fusion. The framework augments drivers' visual reality with supplementary objects in real time, and works with various output devices such as head unit displays, digital clusters, head-up and optical head-mounted displays.

Additionally, Luxoft’s Global Business Development Director of Automotive, Serkan Arslan, will lead a presentation, “Capture the Consumer Through Compelling UX.” The presentation will focus on how automakers are being challenged to deliver a compelling in-vehicle UX. Arslan will discuss how user-friendly situation-aware HMI is a key differentiator in building a unique brand experience that assists drivers’ needs in the age of multi-standard connectivity.

Further, Luxoft’s Senior Program Manager for Internet of Things (IoT), Jim Darrin, will participate in a panel titled, “Connected Car Spins Web for the Internet of Things.” The panel will explore the ways in which the car can play an influential role in connecting disparate ecosystems, from utilities to healthcare and insurance, and truly signal the birth of the IoT. Darrin will be joined by panel members from KIA, Jaguar Land Rover, T-Mobile USA, UIEvolution, and Strategy Analytics.

Lastly, Luxoft’s Vice President for Technology Services, Michael Minkevich, will participate in a panel titled “Wearables to Disrupt Status Quo of Infotainment.” The panel will explore the ways in which the wide adoption of smartwatches and Virtual Reality kits will cause a shake-up to the traditional HMI of the vehicle. The situation becomes even more interesting if the usual access via the phone is removed and embedded features are reached through voice controls. Minkevich will be joined by panel members from Panasonic Automotive and ABI Research.

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