Hyundai Autron and Wind River to Work Together on Next-Generation Autonomous Driving Platform

July 2, 2019 Laura Dolan

Hyundai Autron and Wind River® will develop an autonomous driving and connectivity software platform for next generation automobiles.

The two companies will work together on:

  • generating a software platform for functional safety and Adaptive AUTOSAR for next-generation autonomous driving and connectivity for the industry
  • accelerating business advancements with essential OEMs and suppliers after the platform launches
  • working closely on the development environment, functional safety certifications, sharing intellectual property and deliverables
  • Creating infrastructure software for core technologies such as advanced and high-performance compute, internal and external networks for vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2X) and secure over-the-air (OTA) update technology

“With Hyundai Autron and Wind River working closely together, our safety-focused Adaptive AUTOSAR platform can be a core technology to help drive future intelligent automobiles,” said Hyundai Autron’s CEO, Dae Heung Moon. “We are committed to providing proven safety and reliability to the affiliates of Hyundai Motor Group and its global customers.”

“Safety must always be a top priority,” said Wind River’s VP of Automotive, Marques McCammon. “Together with Hyundai Autron, we’re providing the market with a safe and reliable software foundation to help car makers speed their innovation and carve a path to future success.”

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