By MT Bureau| Apr 29, 2021

Leading Japanese Automakers To Jointly Develop Next-Gen Connected Services In Cars

Suzuki, Subaru, Daihatsu, Toyota, and Mazda have reached an agreement to jointly develop technical specifications for next-generation vehicle communications devices to promote the common use of communications systems.

With the growing importance of CASE (connected, autonomous/automated, shared, and electric), individual automobile manufacturers are independently developing vehicle communications devices. Each company is adopting a different approach in proceeding with the development and deployment of relevant resources.

 As of now, Suzuki, Subaru, Daihatsu, and Mazda, while incorporating their own technologies into the base vehicle communications technologies developed by Toyota, will together build systems for next-generation connected cars with common connection specifications from vehicles to networks and the vehicle communications device centre.

The prominent Japanese brands are openly considering collaboration with other like-minded partners to contribute towards developing services for the betterment of people’s life with regards to cars.  (MT)


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