Hyundai Accelerates its Software-Defined Vehicle Capability

Expansion of automaker's partnership with U.S. software specialist seen as vital for SDV platform development.

Paul Myles, European Editor

January 5, 2024

1 Min Read
Hyundai Mobis Platform
Hyundai's software-defined vehicle platforms get a boost.

Hyundai is expanding its collaboration with a U.S. mission critical software supplier in a bid to ramp up its capabilities in building new software-defined vehicle platforms.

The automaker’s Tier 1 supplier wing, Hyundai Mobis, is committing to a deeper partnership with California’s Wind River, in an attempt to create a best-in-class software development infrastructure for next-generation mobility.

The companies have been working closely to advance the development and delivery of automotive systems, including Wind River Linux, VxWorks real-time operating system and system simulation for development and rapid prototyping with both simulated and real hardware-based environments, on top of creating new custom test infrastructures.

This expansion of their partnership hopes to use Hyundai Mobis’s pipeline, built with Wind River Studio, to strengthen an existing collaboration platform that provides a space-free cooperative development environment and enables continuous integration and continuous testing.

Hyundai Mobis will employ key Wind River Studio components such as Virtual Lab, test automation, pipelines and Web IDE, all within a cloud-native infrastructure to deliver a modern development environment for an end-to-end lifecycle, including software development, deployment and operation of central controller gateway and in-vehicle infotainment systems.

Jung Soo-Kyung, executive vice-president of Hyundai Mobis, says, “We expect that this collaboration will lead to a global collaboration system that will improve scalability and efficiency for development in the ever-evolving automotive landscape.”

Avijit Sinha, president, Wind River, adds: “Software is at the center of enabling the reality of a more connected and autonomous future. Wind River Studio can help automotive leaders such as Hyundai Mobis achieve a modernized development framework across cloud and edge combined with advanced software lifecycle management capability to enable them to accelerate their innovation and carve a path to future success.”




About the Author(s)

Paul Myles

European Editor, Informa Group

Paul Myles is an award-winning journalist based in Europe covering all aspects of the automotive industry. He has a wealth of experience in the field working at specialist, national and international levels.

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