Connected Music Solutions
Music Recognition for Radio in the Car
Drivers now have a dizzying array of music options to choose from. Gracenote MusicID® Radio brings order to the chaos by identifying music playing from every possible music source and delivering consistent metadata and Cover Art to the driver’s dashboard.
MusicID Radio Features
Automatic Content Recognition (ACR) technology built into the car’s audio system continuously identifies music playing from AM/FM, CDs, satellite radio and streaming services.
After identifying a song on FM, digital or satellite radio, Gracenote delivers the relevant artist, album and track name to the dashboard, allowing drivers to recognize the music they are grooving to.
Radio StationID & Imagery
Gracenote has built a database of album covers and artist images plus call letters and logos for terrestrial and digital radio stations. Combined with Gracenote data, these visuals create a common user interface for all music.
Gracenote creates one music interface to rule them all.
Driving One Interface for Every Musical Source
Presents correct albums, artist and track names for all music sources, from AM/FM and CDs to Streaming and Satellite.
Album Cover Art and Artist Images provide quick recall for drivers, simplifying how they navigate radio and music collections.
Identifies radio stations and delivers logos and call letters, making it easier for drivers to recognize stations as they browse the dial.
FM Radio Meets the Cloud
Gracenote MusicID Radio brings together traditional FM radio with popular streaming music experiences, allowing drivers to launch playlists on Deezer and Rhapsody from songs they are grooving to on FM radio.
An increasing number of cars with wireless connectivity will have access to sports data.
Sports Updates on the Road
Gracenote is bringing live Sports data to the connected car, letting drivers track their favorite players, teams and leagues on their touchscreen, heads-up display or through live audio alerts.
Live Scores and Imagery
Scores and highlights can be delivered to the touchscreen, heads-up display or via live audio streams. Automakers can also integrate team logos into their user interfaces.