Warner has also said that they have been in talks with the industry and they are now working towards a DAB+ solution.
"Car manufacturers in Australia and overseas are aware that Australia's digital radio standard is DAB+ and we are switching on in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in May. Mercedes, BMW, Jaguar and Audi have DAB receivers and Commercial Radio Australia (CRA) has contacted these manufactures to encourage them to add a DAB+ chip into those receivers for the Australian market."
In addition to this, Commercial Radio Australia is also looking at providing the after car market with a number of options to enjoy DAB+. Some of the ideas include in-car adaptors that could link a portable DAB+ receiver via Bluetooth in your car or portable navigation systems that may include a DAB+ solution.
"Other receiver manufacturers CRA has spoken with are working on DAB+ after car market options. CRA is also a member of the World DMB Car Manufacturers Task Force meeting in Stockholm shortly to further encourage DAB+ options in cars throughout the world," added Warner.