in-car

in-car

adj
(Automotive Engineering) installed or provided within a car: an in-car hi-fi system.
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in-car

[ˈɪnˌkaːr] ADJ in-car entertainment system/stereoaparato m de música de coche

in-car

adj attrAuto-; entertainment, stereoim Auto; in-car computerAutocomputer m
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 20, 2019-: In-Car Infotainment Market 2019 Global Size, Share, Comprehensive Analysis, Business Opportunities, Future Estimations, Key Industry Segments Poised for Strong Growth in Future and Forecast to 2023
* Volvo to equip its cars with in-car cameras and sensors
Other orders include Savannah Police Department for 542 Axon Body 2 cameras on a 5-year contract, San Mateo County Sheriff's Office for 537 Axon Body 2 cameras and 80 Axon Fleet 2 in-car video systems on a 5-year contract, and Santa Monica Police Department for 325 Axon Body 2 cameras, 35 Axon Flex 2 cameras and 65 Axon Fleet 2 in-car video systems on a 5-year contract.
Moreover, the ability to enhance the driver's in-car experience and ensure seamless interaction between the vehicle and its passengers is likely to complement the increasing sales of automotive human machine interface systems, further ensuring safe and rich on-road experience with diverse communication.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 14, 2018--Audi to launch new in-car entertainment technologies at 2019 Consumer Electronics Show
IN-CAR connectivity and the use of smartphones is having a significant impact on what we listen to behind the wheel, according to a new study by Nissan.
Auto Business News-December 14, 2018--Audi to launch new in-car entertainment technologies at 2019 Consumer Electronics Show
The in-car deliveries start in 37 cities across the USA, where General Motors models are also included, as part of a tie-up between Amazon and Volvo's On Call and GM's OnStar service platforms - a kind of premium concierge system.
US-based fleet vehicle safety solutions provider Safe Fleet has acquired US-based body cameras and in-car video solutions provider Coban Technologies, Inc, the company said.
(jabil.com) and eyeSight Technologies (eyesight-tech.com), which signed a partnership to develop in-car sensing technology that evaluates whether the driver is "active and aware." Jabil makes optical technology and other electronics, and eyeSight supplies computer vision and deep-learning software.
"It's standard practice for law enforcement vehicles to use power from a running car battery to keep in-car computer and recording systems booted up and ready for use," Carmichael said.