The company’s Vice President of Delivery for Mobility provides insight into the latest trends in auto supercomputers and software related to connected car features, zonal architectures, middleware, and human-machine interface design via an Automotive Portable Kit.
Vehicle sensors, local wireless networks, navigation-system technology, and network connectivity, coupled with software-defined architectures, have enabled unprecedented levels of in-car innovation according to Intellias.
Based in Ukraine, the company helps partners and clients navigate the changing mobility landscape with its expertise in connectivity, autonomous driving, infotainment systems, e-mobility, transport operations, and intelligent fleet analytics. Its automotive services cover design, engineering, prototype implementation, and end-to-end development of software-defined mobility solutions including the design of digital cockpits, in-vehicle software, V2X solutions, cloud platforms, and mobile applications.
The company says that virtually every automaker has a vision for computerized cars including plans by Mercedes-Benz to offer “supercomputer-like performance” in every car with automated driving sensors and advanced navigation technology; Ultifi, a software platform developed by General Motors to enable in-car subscription services and over-the-air software updates; and “Dare Forward 2030,” a Stellantis plan calling for digitalization across its brand portfolio and the launch of a unified software platform.
Here, Oleksandr Odukha, Vice President of Delivery for Mobility a
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