Smart technology has already surrounded us, and analysts predict that by 2030 almost all the fields will be submerged under the ocean of smart devices. As such, it is only fair that the companies that offer these services try to expand their business to many global markets.
Some of us are already familiar with Googles Android Auto system, which comes in modern cars. As such, according to sources, the Android maker is trying to bring its technology to many more markets around the world. Reports indicate that Android Auto will be available in 36 additional countries. This includes much of Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, and a handful of countries in Africa.
Here’s the list of countries that will soon be getting Android Auto:
- Europe: Albania, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands, Belgium, Poland, Portugal, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Luxembourg, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Albania, Armenia, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Ukraine
- Asia: Turkey, Thailand, Indonesia
- Africa: Angola, Botswana
The company is doubling the number of countries in the world where customers can access Android Auto. Reports also indicate that the company is also working with automakers to produce more cars with natively installed Android Auto.
Recently the company struck deals with Volvo and Audi to start rolling out these systems. According to Google, the latest version of its Android operating system will allow its users to connect wirelessly to Android Auto, as long as the connecting vehicle includes a head unit that supports 5GHz Wi-Fi.