Get the new Atlas OS from Proton X50 ACO Tech?

Is this Atlas OS running on a Proton X50?

Celebration times in Malaysia are often when companies create creative works that reflect the spirit of the season, and this time on the occasion of the upcoming Hari Raya Idilfitri, a short film published on the ACO Tech Facebook page also gives a glimpse of the new Atlas operating system. Running on a Proton X50.

At the moment, there is no official word on whether the X50 will go with the new Atlas OS. With this teaser, however, it looks like it will probably be updated soon with the B-segment SUV.

Launched last September, the Atlas OS is a system that has been managed and created entirely by a Malaysian team and is a completely new setup that runs on Android 9 (Pie) compared to the Android 8 (Oreo) system that is used by the select Proton model. .

Dr. before ACO Tech The Atlas was built somewhat like the Android Automotive OS, in the sense that the car system, infotainment and connected services were integrated into one operating system.

The Atlas operating system offers a choice of male or female voices (known as Atlas and Athera, respectively) and the goal of the system update is to provide enhanced recognition of Malaysian voices and local English. This can alert the driver to extreme weather or tire puncture, although the latter depends on the vehicle specified with the necessary equipment.

In the case of navigation, the atlas map function includes real-time traffic information, an onboard weather app for places of interest and destination and route weather. If it detects that the vehicle is low on fuel, it may recommend fuel stations.

One of the additions scheduled to hit the system in the second quarter of this year is the Calendar feature, which enables users to sync calendars and meeting reminders with the car system from their mobile devices. It will use calendar information to prompt departure times for their scheduled meetings to arrive on time, the ACO said when launching Atlas OS.

An in-car payment system, dubbed Atlas Pay, is set to integrate with Atlas OS in the first half of this year, the first in the local automotive industry and will be powered by Fasspay.

Atlas Pay will be included in the Atlas Auto mobile app, which is available for the respective mobile devices from the Apple App Store, Google Play Store and Huawei AppGallery. The app also manages telematics functions, allowing its users to control vehicle functions as well as check vehicle status. It can also be synced to wearable electronic devices.

Gallery: ATLAS Infotainment OS

Gallery: ATLAS Auto App

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