Cisco announces connected car partnership with Hyundai

Cisco in-vehicle networking with securityHyundai Motor Company announced its partnership with Cisco for using in-vehicle network in their premium 2019 vehicles.

Cisco – at the CES 2018 — said it in association with Hyundai would create a secure platform that would offer a path to innovate and build on smart-vehicle solutions.

The new platform is highly configurable and secure – and offers the flexibility to design and build new services. It will accelerate the time it takes to bring new capabilities to market.

The use of a Software Defined Vehicle (SDV) architecture sets the stage for adaptive technologies. It offers integrated, multi-layer security, as well as full end-to-end networking – allowing for sensor integration. It will enable high-speed services through an integration layer between software and legacy hardware.

The development of first-generation solutions to enable 1Gbps Ethernet will significantly increase the in-vehicle bandwidth. The solutions will provide lower costs, and improved security. By enabling IP and Ethernet services, legacy buses and devices will work together with the new Ethernet attached devices and services.

“By creating a flexible, scalable, and secure platform, we are allowing automotive companies to deliver better cars – faster,” said Ruba Borno, vice president, Growth Initiatives at Cisco.

“In 2019 we will unveil the first vehicle equipped with groundbreaking connected-car technologies jointly developed by the two companies,” said Seung-ho Hwang, head of Hyundai Motor Group’s Auto Intelligence Business Department.

Meanwhile, Toyota Motor has signed a 3-year deal with Dassault Systemes for an optimized digital production process to create digital marketing solutions for car launches in Europe. These solutions will feature localized and personalized content targeting consumers seeking new, customized experiences in the car buying journey.

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