GROM Audio reveals its latest infotainment system at the Los Angeles Connected Car Conference and Auto Expo

GROM Presents Connected Car Kit at the Los Angeles Car Show

Nov 13, 2014

Belmont, CA GROM Audio, a connected car technology company is going to present its latest development of aftermarket infotainment system at the Los Angeles Connected Car Conference and Auto Expo. The company is invited by KPMG to participate in their Automotive Executive Share Forum panel discussion at the car expo during the Press and Trade Days.

GROM Audio, a California based company would reveal the details related to the most recent development in its collection - the after market infotainment system, Vline. The product is going to be a fully featured aftermarket infotainment system to connect the drivers to the latest in car technologies. VLine will provide a range of features including steaming Internet radio stations, search via voice, or driver support features such as finding gas stations and parking easily.

GROM audio is invited by KPMG to take participation in the discussion forum of KPMG Automotive Executive Share at the LA Connected Car Expo during trade and press days. KPMG is an executive sponsor of the LA Auto Show, which is setting up a forum for 200 automotive executives (by invitation only) from the key OEMs and Tier 1 Automotive suppliers. GROM audio is invited to participate on their panel discussion, and also showcase their VLine prototype at the event.

Speaking to the media, a spokesperson from the GROM Audio said, "We are excited to participate in the Automotive Executive Share Forum panel discussion by KPMG. We will also display prototype of VLine at this event to show functions of our system." He further added, "GROM Audio aims to create many more innovative products for cars to provide latest in car connectivity and safe driving experience for our customers."

GROM Audio develops products while keeping in mind driver's safety, convenience and entertainment. The VL1 platform of will offer several custom or standard apps to work straight via factory screen using the existing controls. The company has been developing a wide range of integrated car kits since 2008 for over 30 car makes and offers extensive experience in car integration.

When: November 18th-19th 2014

Where: Los Angeles Expo Center

More information: at KPMG website