Chamberlain Group Inc.’s myQ Auto in-vehicle solution will be featured at TU-Automotive Detroit, using a concept vehicle installed with Mitsubishi Electric Android-based head unit.
The conference will take place from June 4 to 6.
Visitors to the Chamberlain booth C173 will have the opportunity to know more about myQ Auto as well as get to experience Mitsubishi Electric's FLEXConnect.AI in-vehicle infotainment system with myQ Auto technology. They will be shown how drivers can use the system’s touchscreen or prompt it with a voice command to monitor the status of their garage door.
“myQ Auto takes the often-thought question while driving away from home — 'did I remember to close the garage door?' — and conveniently answers it,” said Oddy Khamharn, director of automotive connectivity for CGI. “We are excited to work with Mitsubishi Electric, a leading manufacturer of in-vehicle entertainment, to showcase how myQ Auto works. As vehicle connectivity continues to grow, opening and closing the garage door is just the start for myQ Auto's capabilities.”
“Today's consumers have indicated that garage door control is highly desired in infotainment systems, with garage door openers ranking higher than roadside assistance or GPS,” said Mark Rakoski, vice president at Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America. “They also want a seamless transition between the car and the home. As we continue to work with auto manufacturers to integrate advanced technologies drivers desire for an improved journey, working with innovative solutions like myQ Auto allow us to showcase seamless, connected experiences between the car and the home.”