NFC meets Wireless Charging
Today, we can see a steady and substantial rise in the integration of the smartphone into the vehicle. Jointly, the companies work on an innovative concept for the automotive industry. This „all-round carefree package“ includes the optimal combination of NFC, Wireless Charging, a universal antenna coupling and the customized display of the smartphone surface in the vehicle’s head unit display. Using standard interfaces such as NFC and Qi (the wireless charging standard of the Wireless Power Consortium) ensures 100 per cent compatibility and versatile use.
„It will be one of the biggest challenges for the future to enable people to easily handle the growing amount of functionalities of the smartphone in the car without intensive study of the manuals. Therefore, Near Field Communication (NFC) is crucial for the advancement of a system that covers the complete and future-proof integration of mobile phones in the vehicle.” says Nico Borm, VP Sales & Marketing at Funkwerk Dabendorf GmbH.
An often cited example is Bluetooth Secure Simple Pairing, at which an NFC-enabled mobile phone gets connected to the car radio via Bluetooth without entering a PIN, just by placing it at a built-in “NFC hotspot” in the car. In the future, along with well-established mobile phone functions such as telephone book or text messages it will be possible to transmit personalized information about the driver such as radio station, seat and mirror pre-settings. In times of increasing use of car sharing these solutions attract more and more interest.
“NFC is an essential transmission technology that is used in different industries and areas. The automotive industry uses NFC technology to open up towards other ecosystems. Nowadays, the user expects to use the smartphone with all its functionalities in the car as well – without complex integration processes” says Wenka Voss, International Marketing and Business Development Automotive at Stollmann.
The seamless integration of the mobile phone into the vehicle is also key to PLDS’s business developments. „We will ensure complete compatibility with all recent and future smartphones and optimal adaption of the integrated functionalities towards the specific needs of the driver.” says Stefan Graf, Director Marketing & New Technologies at PLDS.
You may get a first impression of the joint solution during IZB Wolfsburg, Germany, October 10 to 12, 2012 (Hall 3, Booth 200).
Stollmann is leading in the development of protocol stacks and wireless technology for NFC, Bluetooth and ISDN. The company was founded 1994 and has its headquarters in Hamburg, Germany. With its team of nearly 50 employees Stollmann develops and distributes communication software for OEM customers worldwide. The company closely collaborates with chip manufacturers, mobile phone producers as well as well-known customer, e.g. in the medical, automotive, and POS industries and in the area of embedded readers.
Funkwerk Dabendorf GmbH, located at Dabendorf, just South of Berlin, is a subsidiary of the listed Funkwerk AG. Funkwerk Dabendorf has been developing and manufacturing solutions for mobile communication, telematics, multimedia and infotainment in the vehicle. Their customer base contains well-known car manufacturers such as Audi, BMW and Daimler as well as commercial vehicle manufacturers such as DAF, Daimler Trucks and MAN. Funkwerk Dabendorf is the globally leading company for the Compenser® technology, an amplifier technology that is specifically tailored for a reliable mobile network connection in vehicles.
Philips & Lite-On Digital Solutions (PLDS) is one of the world’s leading companies for automotive infotainment, supplying CD and DVD drives as well as so-called virtual CD changers for car radios, navigation systems, rear seat entertainment systems and multimedia units in the vehicle. PLDS can look back on more than five decades of experience in the automotive infotainment industry. Today, Business Unit Automotive of the joint venture Philips & Lite-On Digital Solutions has more than 800 employees worldwide and supports customers at several subsidiaries throughout the globe, with a powerful Research & Development Center in Germany. Following the success of optical disc drive production PLDS has been developing and manufacturing new products in the areas of automotive wireless charging, car-connectivity, and head up display kinematics.
Funkwerk Dabendorf GmbH
VP Sales & Marketing
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Director Marketing & New Technology
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