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RDE12_John_Ousby

  1. 1. RadioDays Europe Barcelona 2012John Ousby | CEO, vTunerIMDA Co-Founder, Steering Committee member,Automotive WG ChairRadio DNS Steering Board Member
  2. 2. “50 billion connected devices by 2020” (Ericsson, Cisco)
  3. 3. How it works 1 : brought in, no head unit interface PCM Audio No interface
  4. 4. Image : John Ousby
  5. 5. How it works 2 : brought in, head unit interface Tethering data Modified interface or app replication
  6. 6. Image : Mirrorlink
  7. 7. How it works 3 : brought in, smartphone as modem Modified interface
  8. 8. Image : copyright Toyota
  9. 9. How it works 4 : wireless synch + storage + mobile data recorded / downloaded content live content Modified interface
  10. 10. Image : copyright Audi
  11. 11. How it works 5 : embedded connectivity in head unit Modified interface
  12. 12. Telematics ECU:OEM Embedded - North America & Europe • North America: eCall/Telematics highly dependent on car maker strategies • Europe: eCall telematics highly dependent on regulatory activity and selected OEMs Source: Automotive Multimedia & Communications - AMCS
  13. 13. Connectivity ECU:OEM Tethered - North America & Europe Source: Automotive Multimedia & Communications - AMCS
  14. 14. Hybrid Radio• Broadcast + IP = Hybrid Radio• RadioDNS is open technology that lets broadcast radio and the internet work together: enhancing the listener experience, and making radio better.• Radio VIs• Radio Tag• Radio EPG www.radiodns.org
  15. 15. Universal Dial
  16. 16. Differentiation at the Right Levelstandards needed to prevent expensive, unsatisfactory solutions
  17. 17. Internet Media Device Alliance mission“To develop and promote a set of open, interoperablestandards and device profiles to maximise the growthof a global consumer market in internet-connectedmedia devices” www.IMDAlliance.org
  18. 18. Take control of your informationIMDA Broadcaster Service Identification• Standard issued. v2.2 now published• Key Station ID data (name, stream URL, logo, etc.) + podcasts, schedule data, non-IP broadcast transports, RadioDNS referencing.Central Discovery Service (CDS)• Discovery mechanism (making metadata available for aggregators and keeping metadata current) Now live and ready for subscribers.Device Profiles• Device Profile 1: “Plays Internet Radio”• Auto Profile 1: Minimum media player requirements. Undergoing industry review
  19. 19. Webform for easy inputhttp://www.imdalliance.org/members/imda-editor/ 30 minutes to complete
  20. 20. Broadcaster controls data and terms of use
  21. 21. Thank You IMDA Service Identification Free to use for broadcasters. www.imdalliance.orgclaudia.jablonski@imdalliance.org www.radiodns.org feedback@radiodns.org

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