Update Password
Old Password
Input Old Password
New Password
Input New Password
Again Password
Again New Password
Update Password Password Error
Password Changed Success, Please Log In Again With The New Password
OK
Forgot Password
Account
Input Account
Error Message
Member Login
Account
Input Account
Password
Input Password
Account Or Password Error
Email verification code has been sent
Please go to this email    to confirm
Code    
Input Code
Account Or Password Error
Member Sign out
Sign out of Member ?
OK
MIH Consortium Unveiled Innovative Software-Defined Vehicle Architecture at 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan & Taipei AMPA
Home / News MIH Consortium Unveiled Innovative Software-Defined Vehicle Architecture at 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan & Taipei AMPA
MIH Consortium Unveiled Innovative Software-Defined Vehicle Architecture at 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan & Taipei AMPA
MIH Consortium Unveiled Innovative Software-Defined Vehicle Architecture at 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan & Taipei AMPA
MIH Consortium
Published On 2023-04-24
Views 1479

MIH Consortium, an open electric vehicle platform initiated by Foxconn, has unveiled its innovative software-defined vehicle (SDV) architecture and solutions at the 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan & Taipei AMPA, an international exhibition for automotive electronics held in Taipei from April 12 to 15, 2023.MIH participates in 2035 E-Mobility & Taipei AMPA to show its hardware & software integration (from left: James Wu, Spokesperson at Foxconn; Jack Cheng, CEO of MIH; Richard Lee, Chairman of TEEMA; Jong-Chin Shen, Chairman of Taiwan Financial Holdings Co.; James C.F. Huang, Chairman of TAITRA; Aleksander Rajch, Director of External Affairs, Polish Association of Alternative Fuels) The MIH SDV architecture empowers intelligent in-cabin experiences that are further enhanced by digital twins on the cloud, enabling a wide range of additional applications and services. With seamless vehicle lifecycle management and security by design over-the-air update system, the vehicles are continuously updated with the latest insights from sensors, the grid, and the driver, improving the overall efficiency of the system.

MIH participates in 2035 E-Mobility & Taipei AMPA to unveil the software-defined vehicle architecture and introduces its standardized interfaces to the world (left to rightVicOne BD Senior Manager Chelsea ChenEdward Tsai, VicOne Vice President of Strategic Partnership; Tom Wang, Chief Strategy Officer of Graphen Asia, General Manager of Graphen Taiwan; Douglas Ayres, TomTom APAC Program Manager; Jack Cheng, MIH CEO; Max Cheng, VicOne CEO; Ted Tang, Director of Product Development at FIT; Simon Lee, Smart Access Project Leader at FIT)

 MIH CEO Jack Cheng said “MIH continues to lead the change in developing software-defined vehicles, and the exhibition showcased MIH's SDV architecture with Microsoft's Azure-based Digital Twins, TomTom's Digital Cockpit and Charger Map, Graphen AI's AI Assistant and Remote Diagnostic System, FIT's Smart Access, and VicOne's Automotive Cybersecurity Solution offering a holistic vehicle lifecycle management solution.”

MIH participates in 2035 E-Mobility & Taipei AMPA with global EV partners to present its software-defined vehicle architecture (from left: Douglas Ayres, Program Manager of APAC at TomTom; Edward Tsai, Vice President of Strategic Partnership at VicOne;  Max Cheng, CEO of VicOne ; Jack Cheng, CEO of MIH; Vic Hsu, General Manager of Solutions Technical Unit, Microsoft Taiwan; Sonia Chang, Account Director at Microsoft Taiwan; Simon Lee, Smart Access Project Leader at FIT; Ted Tang, Director of Product Development at FIT)

 MIH is also focusing on the development of 3-6-9 seater models based on its previously announced Project X, with the support of diverse hardware and software partners such as FEV and Tech Mahindra.

Share this article
You May Be Interested