Under this newly created joint venture Aubass, the three companies will develop basic software to support high-speed data communication, high-quality security, and high-performance microcomputers, in order to advance in-vehicle systems used for automated driving and other control actions. This software will help auto makers and ECU suppliers increase the quality and efficiency of new product development.
The joint venture is located in Tokyo, Japan, and is due to begin operations this month (May 2016). It is believed the combination of expertise and technologies will enable the development of a highly competitive software package.
May 5, 2016