Japanese brands united for technology!

Japanese brands united for technology!

10 May 2021 0 By administrator


Monday, May 10, 2021 – 16:44 | Last Updated: 10 05 2021 – 16:44

Suzuki, Subaru, Daihatsu, Toyota and Mazda brands agreed to jointly develop solutions for new generation vehicle communication devices.

Automotive manufacturers who want to provide consumers with safer and more convenient connection solutions as soon as possible, have started to offer common solutions by collaborating globally. Suzuki Motor Corporation (Suzuki), Subaru Corporation (Subaru), Daihatsu Motor Co. Ltd. (Daihatsu), Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) and Mazda Motor Corporation (Mazda) agreed to jointly develop solutions for new generation vehicle communication devices. Under the agreement, communication systems will be standardized for safer and more connected services, and cars and communities will be connected using common communication systems and connected services. Suzuki, Subaru, Daihatsu and Mazda brands have been integrating their own technologies into the main vehicle communication technologies developed by Toyota to date. With the agreement, companies, for new generation connected cars; They will install systems with common connectivity features from vehicles to networks and vehicle communication device center.

Common infrastructure accelerates business

With the CASE (Connectivity, Autonomous / automatic, Shared and Electric) field, which brought a serious change to the automotive industry; Technology and business are making rapid progress in the way they communicate and process data, including cloud services, the internet of things, big data and artificial intelligence. By analyzing the development of vehicle communication devices, which are the main functions of the connected vehicle, with joint entities, companies are able to offer their customers safer and more convenient connected services as soon as possible. Positioning the development of applications and services as a division within the company; It accelerates the development of vehicle communication devices while increasing productivity. Thus, each company can focus more on developing their own applications and services by using this common infrastructure.