Bajaj Chetak to Use Sibros' DCP For Cloud Connectivity
Sibros, a connected vehicle ecosystem provider for OEMs, has announced that Bajaj Auto will use its Deep Connected Platform (DCP) for Chetak electric scooter.
The company will provide over-the-air (OTA) and firmware updates, vehicle-to-cloud data insights for all embedded sensors, EV analytics and diagnostics to the electric scooter via the platform. The API-driven integration has linked its platform to back-end enterprise and dealer management systems, automating software and data management workflows and increasing future scalability.
The Chetak further sends OEM-visible vehicle data and user commands to provide customer service through the e-scooter's myChetak mobile app. The app has been developed on the Sibros' platform and has features such as geo-fencing controls, theft and accident alerts, digital key, trip data, service reminders and OTA diagnostics troubleshooting.
Hemant Sikaria, CEO and Co-founder, Sibros, said, "Sibros' Deep Connected Platform serves the unique needs of two-wheeler OEMs with deep, safe and secure OTA software updates, data collection, remote commands and fleet management from a single system. We are pleased to partner with Bajaj, the world’s most valuable two-wheeler OEM, to provide deep, safe and secure vehicle-to-cloud capabilities to help accelerate their journey to connected vehicle success." (MT)