About Car Connectivity Consortium
The Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC) is dedicated to developing global standards for smartphone in-car connectivity. Since its inception in February 28, 2011 the CCC has grown to 94 members. These members are among the world’s leading automotive, mobile communications, and consumer electronics industry companies representing over 70% of the worldwide market share in vehicles and over 60% of the worldwide market share in smartphones.
The responsibilities of the CCC include writing technical specifications, building test tools for certifying products, supporting application developers with user-interface guidelines and conferences, and ensuring a trouble-free experience for users through publicity and trademark enforcement.
The Car Connectivity Consortium's first effort is MirrorLink™. MirrorLink™ is a technology standard that allows a consumer to access their phone using the same controls they use for accessing the car radio, climate control, and navigation system.
To learn more about MirrorLink™ visit the Technology page.