The MOST® Cooperation – standardization organization for the leading automotive multimedia network technology Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) – is delighted to
announce that Hyundai Motor Company will use MOST150 in its all-new Genesis model. MOST150, which is featured in a handful of other premium brand vehicles, will provide a high level of connectivity and comfort to the driver and passengers. This system is enabled by the high-speed MOST150 fiber optic network. MOST150 enables the use of a higher bandwidth of 150 Mbit/s and an embedded Ethernet channel for efficient transport of IP-based packet data. MOST uses parallel transport for many different types of data such as audio, video, and control information, as well as Ethernet and IP frames.
Multimedia entertainment in the all-new Genesis has been improved from its predecessor with a high definition LCD display in a vehicle – bringing home-style image quality into the car. Resolution has been improved for the all-new Genesis from 800×480 in the original model to 1280×720, and from 96 to 153 pixels per inch. The AVN 4.5 system, fronted by an 8.0-inch touch screen, also incorporates internet access and Siri Apple integration. The AVN 4.5 is packed with integrated technology, from Bluetooth and WiFi to GPS navigation and traditional frequency, satellite and HD radio, hands-free and app-supporting software.