Wind River and Airbiquity Collaborate on Vehicle-to-Cloud OTA Solutions for Connected and Autonomous Cars

June 4, 2019 Laura Dolan

DETROIT, MI Wind River and Airbiquity are joining forces on creating essential technologies for an end-to-end software lifecycle management solution for connected and autonomous vehicles, allowing secure and intelligent over-the-air (OTA) software updates and data management.

Wind River will offer Edge Sync, a highly modular, OTA update and software lifecycle management solution and Airbiquity’s OTAmatic™ solution will include OTA orchestration, campaign management, software and data management, and Uptane-based security framework capabilities.

“Carmakers are facing pressure to introduce highly complex features and constantly provide more value. Advancing software management to securely address the entire lifecycle of a car will be an effective strategy to help carmakers deliver more and ongoing innovation while staying cost-effective,” said Wind River’s VP of Automotive, Marques McCammon. “By teaming up with leaders like Airbiquity, we can help carmakers meet evolving customer and business needs.”

“Airbiquity understands the market need for robust, secure, and highly scalable OTA solutions with proven interoperability from known suppliers,” said Airbiquity’s CEO, Kamyar Moinzadeh. “We look forward to bringing this joint OTA solution to automotive and other markets with a highly capable technology, marketing, and sales partner such as Wind River.”

Learn more at www.windriver.com or www.airbiquity.com.

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