Bosch and Microsoft sign a new partnership for a platform for connected vehicles. The cooperation is planned for two years, they say. The first vehicles should use the new platform by the end of this year.
Software is playing an increasingly important role in cars – especially with a view to future topics such as electric mobility and automated driving. The use of internet-based cloud applications requires large capacities in terms of storage space and computing power.
The aim of the cooperation is, for example, that software updates in the vehicles equipped by Bosch can be uploaded quickly and continuously to control units and vehicle computers throughout the life of the car, it said.
Bosch sees the development of software-intensive electronic systems for vehicles as a market of the future and recently brought together around 17,000 employees in 20 countries in a new business segment. According to company information, this market currently has an annual volume of around 20 billion euros, and annual growth of up to 15 percent is expected by 2030.
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