Our proprietary connectivity software helps drivers and fleet owners alike stay connected to their vehicles, providing next-generation convenience and peace of mind.
Panasonic’s OneConnect℠ global platform enables continuous communication between vehicles, mobile devices and OEMs. This connectivity solution allows users to remotely monitor their vehicle from a smart phone, providing predictive maintenance reminders, over-the-air updates, stolen vehicle tracking, roadside assistance and data collection to optimize vehicle performance.
OneConnect analytics can be utilized by OEMs, fleet managers and personal vehicle owners alike to optimize the short- and long-term health of the vehicle – and maximize one’s total investment.
Available through the Harley-Davidson™ app, H-D Connect utilizes Panasonic’s OneConnect platform to keep riders connected to their bikes – allowing them to sit back and enjoy the ride.
With H-D Connect, riders can monitor their bikes in real time. The digital dashboard provides bike usage metrics at a glance, and riders can opt to receive real-time notifications, such as a fully charged battery alert, a maintenance reminder or a security warning for suspected tampering.
Whether for commercial or public service purposes, a fleet of vehicles is a large investment. At Panasonic, we’re working to help our customers – and their customers – capitalize on these investments by leveraging our technologies to increase efficiency. This is the idea at the core of our collaboration with Tropos Motors, whose right-sized electric compact utility vehicles (eCUVs) represent a more accessible and a more agile fleet approach conceived to keep business flowing in tight or last-mile spaces.
These highly capable trucks are powered by OneConnect, which provides analytics to assist in battery maintenance/health as well as to help prevent tampering and theft. The analytics and data provided by OneConnect can be stored or accessed through the vehicle’s infotainment system or a mobile device.
Our fully connected ecockpit concept, demoed at CES 2020, integrates Panasonic’s proprietary SkipGen 3.0 in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) system with Google’s Android Automotive OS running on Android 10. SkipGen 3.0 is paired with our next-generation cockpit domain controller, SPYDR 3.0, which acts as a hypervisor and is capable of driving up to eleven displays. Both SkipGen 3.0 and SPYDR 3.0 are connected and powered by OneConnect.
Whether sending or receiving key messages on the run, this advanced cockpit system can also seamlessly run multimedia streaming or gaming applications for passenger and rear-seat entertainment.