LAS VEGAS: Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America is going to showcase several advanced automotive technologies, at CES 2017 in Las Vegas from January 5 – 8, with focus on Internet of Things (IoT). The exhibits will include FLEXConnect.AI, a next generation infotainment platform; MMS-G220, the latest Mitsubishi Mobile Mapping System (MMS); and EMIRAI 3.1 xDAS Concept Car featuring advanced driver assistance technologies. “As the automotive industry continues to evolve, innovative relationships are critical to delivering a safer, more connected driver experience,” said Doug Ray, director of Car Multimedia for Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America. 1. FLEXConnect.AI Mitsubishi Electric’s FLEXConnect.AI platform features three high-resolution displays including a dedicated passenger display. Additionally, FLEXConnect.AI features advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) visualization for both the driver and the passenger. The processor driving the new Mitsubishi Electric platform is the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 820Am processor, a product of Qualcomm Technologies, a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated. The processor provides scalability from premium to standard tiers, and supports virtualization for flexible implementations. “We are pleased to be working with Mitsubishi Electric on the FLEXConnect.AI Android platform using the Snapdragon 820Am processor, which is designed to deliver infotainment, LTE-Advanced based cloud-connectivity, and informational safety in an integrated solution,” said Nakul Duggal, vice president, product management, Qualcomm Technologies. 2. MMS-G220 - Mitsubishi Electric Mobile Mapping System The latest MMS is a highly accurate measuring system using car-mounted GPS antennas, laser scanners and cameras. The system gathers 3-D positioning data of road surfaces and roadside features to an absolute accuracy of 10 centimeters, allowing the creation of comprehensive 3-D maps. 3. Mitsubishi Electric’s EMIRAI 3.1 xDAS This concept car showcases next-generation driver assistance features aimed at creating a safe and comfortable ride for tomorrow’s driver.