Michael Wanzeck, leader development interactive and multimedia, Porsche, on the carmaker’s philosophy on connected infotainment.
In this video from the Consumer Telematics Show 2014, Michael Wanzeck, leader development interactive and multimedia, Porsche, discusses the carmaker’s philosophy on connected infotainment.
Speaking to TU’s Robert Gray, he touches on a broad range of subjects, including creating a telematics experience for the sports car enthusiast, driver distraction and the need for simplicity in human-machine interface (HMI) design, the fact that screen size matters to people who buy premium cars, the advantages of HTML5 as the basis for the 918 Spyder’s infotainment system, customer relationship management, the value of telematics data and why people don’t like annual fees when it comes to paying for connected services.
Robert Gray is a regular contributor to TU.
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