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 right：VicOne BD Senior Manager Chelsea Chen、Edward 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.