It specifies provisioning and management for negotiating video capabilities between a source and sync device, standard video transcoding schemes built on H.264, transport and control schemes, packetization, and content protection based on High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) 2.0. Many of the device and in-vehicle discovery components of the protocol are built around the previously released Wi-Fi Direct specification. The WI-FI CERTIFIED Miracast specification enables car manufacturers to wirelessly mirror smartphone screens to in-dash LCDs, creating an immediately personalized interface in the dashboard. Additionally, this in-vehicle standards-based technology allows consumers to safely control smartphones through the dashboard so they can answer calls and check text messages.
refer to: http://embedded-computing.com/articles/wireless-accelerate-next-wave-in-vehicle-innovation/