Sibros and M&M collaborate on over-the-air update solutions for the latter’s Born Electric models

Through Sibros' technology, Mahindra will be able to integrate live data collection, software updates, diagnostic commands, and service management into a seamless workflow that meets critical safety, security, and privacy requirements from factory to field.

By Manobhava Baruah calendar 13 Jan 2023 Views icon3628 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp

Sibros, a Silicon Valley-based software company, is collaborating with Mahindra & Mahindra to provide over-the-air update solutions that will be implemented on the OEM’s Born Electric portfolio of e-SUVs.

Mahindra will use Sibros' Deep Logger and Deep Updater products as the backbone of its new INGLO EV platform and IoT cloud. Incorporating these technologies into a vehicle-to-cloud ecosystem will accelerate Mahindra's pursuit of unrivaled manufacturing efficiencies and immersive new connected experiences for its customers — elevating its core objective to offer unmatched value, Sibros said in a statement.

Through Sibros' technology, Mahindra will be able to integrate live data collection, software updates, diagnostic commands, and service management into a seamless workflow that meets critical safety, security and privacy requirements from factory to field.

Next-generation Mahindra EV SUVs will feature Sibros' technology for example, new digital experiences, car sharing, vehicle personalization, and more.

Mayank Sikaria, President and Co-Founder, Sibros. said, “By blending Sibros’ technology with Mahindra’s future-ready INGLO EV platform, Mahindra further cements its position as a technology-driven company leading the electric mobility revolution with their exhilarating new lineup of connected e-SUVs,” added Sikaria.

“Sibros brings fresh thinking and technology to complement Mahindra’s EV strategy as we focus on creating transformative value for customers through intelligently connected and digitally immersive experiences,” added Velusamy R, President Automotive Technology and Product Development, Mahindra & Mahindra.  

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