Panasonic SPYDR 2.0 cockpit domain controller to support DTS Connected Radio

DTS Connected Radio combines over-the-air broadcast with IP delivered metadata for content rich audio experience in vehicles

Panasonic Automotive has announced that its android-based SPYDR 2.0 complete cockpit domain controller will support Xperi’s DTS Connected Radio, the company announced at the 2019 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas, Nevada (United States) on 10 April. The Japanese supplier has entered a collaboration with Xperi for the same.

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