Elektrobit, a subsidiary of Continental, has announced a modular solution for safe and secure updating of connected and automated vehicle fleets. EB cadian Sync establishes a secure end-to-end communication channel for over-the-air (OTA) updates to a vehicle’s ECUs as well as to head units and infotainment systems. Created in partnership with Argus Cyber Security, EB Read More..
Todayâ€˜s driver assistance provides a whole new challenge to developers. Highly integrated processorÂ chips are at the center of the newest technologies. But these often are incompatible with the large arrayÂ of legacy software in the car. First, a look at the status quo. TheÂ self-parking car, as shown by Audi and other automakers, relies on its own Read More..
Continental is acquiring the automotive business of Finish wireless and electronics group Elektrobit,Â underlining the growing importance of software for tomorrow’s vehicles. Continental said that, subject to antitrust approval, it will pay 600 million euros for Elektrobit Automotive, which is based in Germany and employs 1,900 people. The German supplier said the acquisition will, in particular, Read More..
Microsoft said it had signed a patent licensing agreement with e.solutions, giving the Volkswagen group software supplier access to its new Extended File Allocation Table (exFAT) technology. The new file system will help automakers integrate enhanced consumer multimedia into cars, Microsoft said. The California-based software group said the agreement with e.solutions is the first of Read More..