HCL’s strategic alliances for smart vehicle offerings

|June 9, 2016 0
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INDIA: HCL Technologies has signed partnerships with two leading automotive solution providers, Movimento and Rightware to expand its offerings for the fast-growing smart vehicle ecosystem.

In the automotive sector, HCL’s services are centered around the four key areas driving industry innovation: efficiency, safety, autonomous driving and personalization. The alliances will enhance HCL’s existing Smart Mobility and Vehicle Engineering Services.

“With Movimento and Rightware, we have found solutions that enable the design and creation of the intelligent vehicles that are poised to change the industry,” said, GH Rao, President- Engineering and R&D Services, HCL Technologies.

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Movimento is a leading provider of over-the-air (OTA) update solutions for automotive solution providers. The partnership will offer automotive lifecycle management, updates and support for on- and off-board software.

“With HCL, we have a partner with a global reach that will help Movimento to bring systems integration, managed services and data management capabilities to the global automotive players. Together we will provide a single point of contact from the chip to the cloud for vehicle software and data management,” said Mahbubul Alam, CTO/CMO of Movimento.

Rightware is a leader in advanced user interface (UI) technology for automotive applications, and will enable HCL to help automotive solution providers and Tier-1 manufacturers with all aspects of advanced UI creation, including design, development, systems integration, deployment and support.

“For the next generation of vehicles, user experience and seamless connectivity will be strategic differentiators. Rightware is committed to enabling these developments with our cutting-edge UI software that will power tomorrow’s digital UIs including instrument clusters, infotainment systems and HUDs,” said Ville Ilves, President, Rightware.

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