"These technologies have the potential to change the way we drive, making you safer in every driving situation," said Stadler.
For this, Audi has team up with e solution from Finland, to develop a software for it's in-car hardware platform, the Modular Infotainment System(MIS).
With this tech, Audi hopes to stop accidents caused by distraction due to mobile phones and electronic gadgets used by a normal pedestrians.
Audi with NVIDIA to develop, low-power, high-performance graphics. Stadler invited NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang on stage and showed off next-generation dashboard controls rendered using 3D graphics rather than physical dials and gears. Audi is using NVIDIA's just announced Tegra 2 processor in its new A8.
Stadler also showed off the new Audi A7's full-color heads-up display and predicted further innovation in the way information is presented to drivers.
Via: [Information Week]