Driving infotainment forward.
Automotive AOSPTome x Android
Android Automotive is a growing operating system for in-vehicle infotainment. As more OEMs commit to this OS to power their head units, Android ecosystem experts are needed to build out these new experiences.
Tome's Automotive AOSP engineers are those experts.
From designing the look and feel of the system, to engineering apps that users will experience every day, to defining the core services that all applications utilize, the AOSP Team works with OEMs to build infotainment systems that will delight users.Android is a trademark of Google LLC.
Tome’s experience with Android and Android Automotive, in addition to working with the unique tech and regulatory challenges that OEMs contend with, equals an improved client experience when creating or modifying system services.
Proven engineering capability building custom Android images, Android Automotive system applications and third-party Android applications.
Tome’s engineering process and project expertise drive new in-car infotainment experiences, from multi-display window management to enhanced touchscreen interactivity and multi-device audio routing.
IVI Applications and UI
IVI System Service Development
Custom Android IVI OS Images
FROM the lab
May 18, 2022
Customizing Android’s SystemUI
Last month I wrote a bit about my work on porting Android 12 to the PineNote, an open source E-Ink tablet. Since then I’ve gotten Android booting and running pretty well, but as anyone that has used an e-reader knows, things that look good on a normal display tend to look pretty bad on a monochrome display with a low...
April 18, 2022
Porting Android 12 to the PineNote
A few weeks ago, I ordered a PineNote from Pine64. Pine64 is an organization that designs and produces open source hardware, and the PineNote is their first venture into E-Ink tablets. I’ve been interested in some of the newer E-Ink tablets on the market, but having used a Kindle and knowing how poor the e-ink experience can be, I’ve held...
February 9, 2022
Building a “Complex” Metronome
Even though my first love in music was the stripped-back hard rock bands of the 1990s, I was exposed to more complex compositions during my 5th hour Symphony Band class in high school. As a percussionist I was particularly drawn to interesting rhythms, changes in tempo, and especially complex time signatures. This trained my ear to catch the same complexity...
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