Samsung Digital Cockpit has been developed in association with Harman; it is based on 5G technology and an IoT platform

Samsung has showcased its futuristic Digital Cockpit at the Consumer Electronics Show 2018 in Las Vegas. This platform comes previewing the futuristic connected car systems and it uses 5G technology and based on an IoT platform. The Samsung Digital Cockpit is expected to provide an intelligent and seamless connected car experience to the future car buyers.

This Digital Cockpit platform has been developed jointly by Samsung and Harman. Considering the fact that several auto manufacturers are emphasising on connected car technology for their upcoming products, we can see this platform being used in several cars across the world in coming years. Also, as the automotive world is advancing towards Artificial Intelligence (AI), Samsung’s Digital Cockpit could prove to be an useful solution for several automakers around the world.

Speaking about the Samsung Digital Cockpit, it not only provides the informations and data, it also delivers a swift and high end infotainment experience as well through the range of OLED and QLED screens. Samsung Digital Cockpit gets three different displays flanked with three knobs and all of that can be customised according to the preference of the occupants inside the vehicle.


Samsung Digital Cockpit’s display screen in front of the driver gets a 12.3-inch OLED screen that shows informations about the car along with speed and rpm data. There is a larger 28-inch QLED Central Information Display that delivers the occupants an unique infotainment system experience. There is a control display as well, which gets a 12.4-inch curved OLED screen.

All these different displays are run by a single process that processes the whole range of data. The three knobs that accompany the screens get a circular display similar to the Samsung Gear S smartwatch. This helps the Samsung smartwatch users to use them with more swiftly. While this digital platform certainly previews an unique technology platform for the future cars, it unlikely to be implemented in the vehicles in this decade.

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