Joachim Langenwalter, Germany-based director automotive at Nvidia, is responsible for software deliveries to automakers and suppliers in Europe. At the chipmaker’s GTC conference in Munich last month, he spoke to automotiveIT about autonomous driving technology, cyber security and the challenges faced by the auto industry today. automotiveIT: The image of autonomous driving has taken a Read More..
Renesas Electronics Corporation is expanding its partnership with BlackBerry to use BlackBerry’s QNX software in its development environment for its R-Car system-on-chip (SoC) devices. This integrates virtualization, functional safety and security to expand the R-Car automotive computing platform, so systems designers can create advanced cockpit systems and develop user experience. The development environment features BlackBerry’s Read More..
Vietnamese carmaker VinFast, which unveiled its first models at the recent Paris motor show [pictured], has selected the Siemens PLM (product lifecycle management) software suite to underpin its manufacturing and operations. The new company, a subsidiary of Vingroup, Vietnam’s largest private corporation, is establishing an end-to-end digital strategy as it prepares to bring its Pininfarina-designed Read More..
In the IT world the battle for the cloud will decide who rules enterprise computing for the foreseeable future. It’s a battle that has already been disrupted by the entry of Amazon, a company that was never analysed or structured as a traditional IT player. Yet it has gone from zero to become the No 1 Read More..
Volkswagen Truck & Bus is to launch a digital logistics portal in Brazil in tandem with the group’s digital brand, Rio. The Rio portal, which is based on vehicle data intelligence and stored in the cloud, will offer up to 20 services, which are currently purchased individually. These range from ordering parts, overhauling security monitoring and Read More..
Nuance Communications is to provide AI-powered speech recognition technology to China’s Geely, for its joint venture with Malaysian manufacturer Proton. Geely and Proton are developing vehicles together for Southeast Asia and beyond, and Geely is to provide a set of vehicle platform technologies incorporating the Nuance AI. The Geely speech solution, based on the Nuance Read More..
Siemens PLM is launching a software solution for the design of autonomous electric vehicles. This uses thermal design data to generate precise models, and is said to give the potential for early design changes and prediction of real-world performance, as well as a reduction in the costs of physical prototyping and testing. Part of the Read More..
NXP Semiconductors and Hitachi Solutions are partnering to develop a new V2X solution, initially for the Japanese market with launch in 2019. This will combine NXP’s V2X modern and processor with a Hitachi V2X software stack, to be supplied to carmakers as telematics modules or on-board units. The secure high-speed DSRC (dedicated short range communications) Read More..
automotiveIT: Microsoft is less visible in the automotive space than, for example, Google or Apple. Is that on purpose, as you invest more in B-2-B partnerships with automakers and suppliers. Sabine Bendiek: We see ourselves as partner to the industry, not as a competitor, and we are working together with automobile manufacturers on tomorrow’s mobility. Read More..
Hyundai Autron has selected Wind River of Alameda, California, to collaborate on safety-critical IoT software for autonomous vehicles. Intellectual property from both companies will be used to create a platform to integrate features such as advanced sensing, ethernet-based communication, and artificial intelligence applications. Wind River describes the new platform as leveraging advanced system partitioning via Read More..