Microsoft has launched its Live Search for Devices, the first of many new services for its automotive platforms. Live Search for Devices enables partners to develop applications, including local search services, for in-vehicle infotainment.
Live Search for Devices will be available for easier implementation in Microsoft’s automotive platforms, Windows Automotive and future releases of Microsoft Auto.
Microsoft said its auto and windows automotive help partners reduce time-to-market, control costs and provide flexible solutions for in-vehicle infotainment.
Tom Gibbons, vice president of specialized devices and applications group at Microsoft, said: I want to thank Martin for the phenomenal job he has done. His leadership and business-development acumen were exactly what automotive business unit needed to establish the platform and break through to the next level.