L&T Technology Services, India's one of the biggest digital engineering and R&D firm, has recently announced its collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS). The aim is to support global automotive manufacturers in their endeavour to swiftly embrace Software Defined Vehicles (SDVs). This involves using generative artificial intelligence (AI) to facilitate the transition within the automotive sector.
Software Defined Vehicles, or SDVs for short, rely mostly on advanced software to control every aspect of their operation, including comfort and performance. To provide safer and more effective driving experiences, these cars use a variety of sensors and computer systems.
L&T Technology Services (LTTS) is helping car manufacturers all over the world to accelerate the development of next-generation SDVs by using Amazon Web Services (AWS), which is regarded as the most complete and extensively used cloud service globally.
LTTS provides specialized safety and security solutions encompassing connected services and digital cockpit. Technology play a crucial role in making vehicles more useful, and it also helps attracts customer as it can provide huge conveniences such as OTA(Over-The-Air) software updates, and a host of other features which can help the consumers constantly update their vehicle.
Technology play a crucial role in making vehicles more useful, and it also helps attracts customer as it can provide huge conveniences such as OTA(Over-The-Air) software updates, and a host of other features which can help the consumers constantly update their vehicle.
Alind Saxena, President, Sales and Whole Time Director at LTTS said “Generative AI is ushering in a new era of possibilities for the automotive industry, and with AWS cloud services we are able to innovate rapidly to help our customers improve mobility,”
He also added that the company aims to train 1000 employees with skills of developing AI mechanisms with the help of AWS by March 2024, this will make sure the brightest minded are involved in developing cutting edge technologies for the SDV's