Vehicles are becoming an expansion of our connected digital lives with drivers and passengers expecting a safer, more efficient and enjoyable driving and riding experience. In passenger vehicles, the dashboard can run on either iOS or Android platforms in a compact in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) head unit with advanced softwaredefined cockpit. These head units are capable of supporting connection to intelligent transportation systems (ITS), keep drivers and passengers updated with real-time travel information, making people know what to expect on the road, and allowing them to change travel plans if necessary. The digital dashboard also provides the human interface to vehicle diagnostics and preventive maintenance, giving drivers more control over their vehicles. It also serves as an entertainment purpose, offering location-based information, internet services, and on-demand multimedia services. The digital dashboard evolves continuously to provide new features and flexibilities through add-on apps created by automobile makers or services providers. Similar need for digital dashboard can also be found in taxis and tour buses for dispatching and communication, and for A/V control.