Aisin, Advics, JTEKT and Denso partner to develop integrated control software for automated driving
New company to develop integrated control software that will be used for automated driving, vehicle motion control, and other related functions.
Aisin Seiki Co, Advics Co, JTEKT Corporation and Denso Corporation have announced they have formally agreed to form a new company to develop integrated control software that will be used for automated driving, vehicle motion control, and other related functions. The new company is named J-QuAD Dynamics and will be set up in April 2019.
To achieve safe, secure, and widespread automated driving, a more sophisticated integrated vehicle control system is required to coordinate sensors, brakes, and steering systems. The software enables vehicles to better manage acceleration, turning, and braking, which is critical for future mobility solutions. Founded by the four investing companies, the new company will develop software and provide engineering services to accelerate the development of integrated vehicle control systems for automakers in Japan and throughout the world.
The four companies will combine their unique strengths and technical expertise on automated driving, vehicle motion control, and related functions to develop this software-based solution to meet the needs of their customers today and in the future more efficiently and quickly. The companies' collaboration and creation of J-QuAD Dynamics will develop higher value-added integrated vehicle control systems to create safer and smarter mobility.
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