Volkswagen Group and Renault Nissan Mitsubishi Alliance are already using the Microsoft Interconnect platform. Microsoft announced today that the following partners will join the program.
LGThe electronic webOS automotive platform provides an on-board, container-supported operating system that can be advancedtelevisionThe third party applied the ecosystem to bring in the vehicle test. WebOS Auto supports the container-based runtime environment of MCVP, which can become an important part of modern vehicle experience.
Faurecia is using MCVP to create disruptive connections and personalized services in future cockpits to reshape the on-board experience of all passengers.
Cubic Telecom is the world's leading provider of connection management software for the automotive and Internet of Things industries. They were among the first global market partners to offer seamless connectivity as a core service to MCVP. Deep integration with MCVP allows for a single data pool and integrated service monitoring paths.
Microsoft's self-driving program for start-ups aims to accelerate the growth of self-driving start-ups. In addition to the $120,000 free Azure cloud credits, selected startups will be able to contact Microsoft's top engineers and project managers working on automated driving infrastructure technologies and solutions, conduct 1-to-1 architecture sessions with Microsoft cloud engineers, early access to Azure's automated driving capabilities, and explore potential. Joint development opportunities, etc.