At CES 2017, Delphi debuts its scalable infotainment Integrated Cockpit Controller (ICC) family that spans the entry to high vehicle segments delivering best-in-class graphics and user experience.
Powered by the latest family of Intel automotive processors, the Delphi ICC with its modular software architecture supports multiple interaction modes while integrating sensor inputs across both the infotainment and functional safety domains.
ICC supports up to 4 high-definition displays providing a highly flexible and scalable solution to our customers future-proofed for scalability enabling the automotive cockpit of the future. ICC also offers significant performance improvements in graphics (10x) and computational power (5x) when compared with systems on the market today. This integrated architecture delivers estimated system cost savings of up to 12% while reducing mass by 33%.
Automakers who opt for the Delphi ICC will have the flexibility to combine multiple domains, such as infotainment, gesture control, clusters and other software features in an open architecture inside a single controller box. The ICC architecture provides domain isolation for another level of performance stability and functional safety certification.