PulseLarsen Antennas: Telematics, Infotainment and Navigation
PulseLarsen Antennas believes in next generation vehicles, EV or not EV. Vehicle need a variety of antennas for Telematics, Infotainment and Navigation systems.
Distinction between telematics and infotainment is that the former helps you drive safely and communicates externally, the latter is an entertainment and information system that only benefits drivers and passengers. Vehicle infotainment systems can be seen as a luxury feature or add-on designed to appeal to consumers who want the latest vehicle gadgets. Telematics systems, on the other hand, help automakers, insurers, and drivers and are more likely to be seen as a baseline safety feature in future generations of vehicles. Going forward, drivers of all vehicles can expect to see telematics pre-installed.
PulseLarsen Antennas interact with drivers in a variety of ways through embedded antennas, external antennas and vehicular antennas including:
- Turn-by-turn navigation
- Remote access, RKE
- Notification of vehicle collision
- Vehicle location by GPS
- TPMS (Tire Pressure and Monitoring System)
- Wireless BMS (Battery Management System)
- Control of vehicle speed
- Emergency calling
- Vehicle diagnostics and maintenance notifications
- GPS navigation
- Video players
- Music streaming
- SMS texting
- Hands-free calling
- USB and Bluetooth connectivity
- In-car internet
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