Testing tie-up sees Hyundai Mobis and Hyundai AutoEver collaborate

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Hyundai Mobis and Hyundai AutoEver are to use the Wind River Studio to develop an automotive software framework, continuous test and test automation capabilities in simulation and real hardware, virtual device management capabilities and advanced lifecycle management.

“As we move toward a more connected and autonomous future, software is at the center of enabling that reality. Wind River Studio can help automotive leaders such as Hyundai Mobis and Hyundai AutoEver achieve a modernized development framework across cloud and edge, combined with software lifecycle management capability to enable them to accelerate their innovation and advance the software-defined vehicle,” said Avijit Sinha, chief product officer at Wind River.

The companies will work together, harnessing each party’s specialties to build the infrastructure for connected cars and devise methodologies to accelerate the development and delivery of automotive systems. The Hyundai AutoEver team will work closely with Wind River to create a software-integrated development environment platform and virtual verification platform.

Chang Jae-ho, senior vice president at Hyundai Mobis, added, “Hyundai Mobis plans to continue to introduce new services by adding future mobility technology to intelligent vehicles through extensive cooperation.”

“Hyundai AutoEver plays the role of software specialist in the Hyundai Motor Group and is leading the team toward digital transformation to revolutionize software development and verification processes throughout vehicle development,” commented Kim Seong-woon, vice president and head of the software quality innovation division at Hyundai AutoEver. “Through close cooperation with Wind River, we will strengthen the function and efficiency of Hyundai AutoEver’s software-integrated development environment platform and virtual verification platform to contribute to innovation in vehicle software development by Hyundai Mobis and group companies.” 

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