Luxoft collaborates with Microsoft to use its Connected Cars Platform

Luxoft collaborates with Microsoft to use its connected car platform

Luxoft has now announced a collaboration with Microsoft to accelerate the delivery of connected vehicle solutions and mobility experiences.

Connected cars are those that have devices that can connect with other devices inside and outside the automobile, with the help of the internet.

By using the MCVP (Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform), DXC Technology Digital arm Luxoft will allow the automakers to deliver features such as advanced vehicle diagnostics, remote access, and repair and preventive maintenance. Collecting data in real-time will also support vehicle engineering to improve manufacturing quality.

With the help of MVCP, Microsoft provides a cloud-connected platform across digital scenarios on top of which customer-facing solutions, such as advanced navigation, in-vehicle infotainment, telematics, autonomous driving, and prediction services, can be built.

Executive Opinion

Dmitry Loschinin, executive vice president, DXC Technology, and president and CEO, Luxoft, said, "With our proven solutions and services for connected vehicles, automakers and their key partners are able to get the most out of the Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform. Our collaboration with Microsoft gives automakers control and flexibility for creating highly differentiated, intelligent, and beneficial connected mobility experiences for their customers."

Tara Prakriya, general manager, Azure IoT Mobility, Connected Vehicles and Azure Maps at Microsoft, said, "Luxoft’s unique ability to combine innovation and execution with its global delivery network will allow us to accelerate the deployment of connected vehicle-centric solutions and services based on the Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform and Azure Maps."

More Connected Cars

Previously, Ericsson revealed a collaboration with software making giant Microsoft accelerate delivery of connected car services

In the month of November 2019, Tata communications also partnered with Microsoft to work on connected car applications. The company had revealed that their solutions would enable automotive manufacturers to offer secure driving experiences.

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