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Xperi has expanded DTS Connected Radio’s reach across Italy in partnership with FM-world, a streaming and aggregation platform for radio stations. The company has completed and validated all country integration in Italy and will add more FM-world regions to other countries.

DTS Connected Radio, built on broadcast metadata, is a global hybrid solution that combines over-the-air radio with IP-delivered content for the stronger, richer, more personal in-vehicle infotainment experience today’s digital consumers expect.

“The flexibility of the DTS Connected Radio global ecosystem is critical to ensuring broadcast editorial control and fast content integration, which will be key as we expand to more markets,” said Gianluca Busi, CEO of FM-world. “Radio has never been more important to our global community for breaking news, emergency and health updates, and a variety of entertainment and content. We are pleased to join forces with Xperi to ensure that the highest quality radios are delivered to in-vehicle listeners in Italy and beyond. “

“Xperi has a long lasting relationship with Elenos, parent company of FM-world and Broadcast Electronics, and we are delighted to see that relationship expanded to support DTS Connected Radio,” said Joe D’Angelo, senior vice president of Radio at Xperi. “FM-world is a world-class platform, designed to meet the needs of broadcasters and listeners’ expectations. Their unique position in Italy, and other markets, makes them ideal partners as we work to revolutionize the in-car radio listening experience. “
DTS Connected Radio, which enriches FM radio’s digital content while enhancing its range, is slated to launch in the range of 2021 vehicles.

In addition to DTS Connected Radio, Xperi’s automotive technologies including DTS AutoSense, and Radio HD, are all designed to enhance the in-vehicle experience, making it safer and more enjoyable. DTS AutoSense consists of an edge-implemented driver and occupancy monitoring system. HD radio, which is found in more than 70 million cars, is the most successful digital radio system in use worldwide.

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