From December 7–9 at the Telematics@China 2016 conference, participants will be able to see 2 latest developments by the European company Bright Box: the Remoto connected car platform and autonomous driving solution Remoto Pilot. At Booth No. 16 attendees will be given the chance to control the functions of really cars located in cold and snowy Moscow and hot Dubai using an app.
Bright Box LLC, which specializes in automotive software, will present the Remoto platform at the Telematics@China 2016 . The platform will allow attendees to control a KIA Quoris equipped with a demo installation of Remoto from a smartphone.
A demonstration of the connected vehicle solution will be conducted from the Bright Box booth in Shanghai on a car that is located in another city. Each visitor will be able to switch on the ignition, open the doors or turn on the heating in Moscow or air conditioner in Dubai using the application.
Bright box will present Remoto, a global connected car solution that comprises all components that an automobile manufacturer needs: a certified Telematic Control Unit (TCU) to be installed in the vehicles, a web-based control panel and a customer app for the vehicle's owner to control and track it remotely.
"We independently develop the entire stack of technologies – cloud IT platform, mobile and web apps, hardware and the connectivity between them – on top of best-of-breed technology platforms from Microsoft and Cisco-Jasper. Because we control all key parts of technology, we can adapt a solution very quickly to each new customer, who can start sales of new connected cars within three to six months of our contract being signed", said Ms. Kimberly Yi, Director of Sales, BrightBox China.