Sasken Technologies (formerly
Sasken Communication Technologies), a leading product engineering and digital
transformation solutions provider, recently showcased its automotive expertise
with its automotive accelerator solutions that reduce time-to-market for the
connected and autonomous car at the TU-Automotive Detroit 2017 held on June 7
and 8, 2017 at Novi, Michigan, USA. Sasken was a Gold Sponsor of the event.
TU-Automotive Detroit, which
is currently in its 17th year, is considered to be the largest connected and
autonomous car conference and expo in the world. Over 150 speakers were part of
the two-day event which was attended by more than 3,000 senior industry
professionals from over 30 countries.
Sasken demonstrated its ADAS
Validation Solution which is used to simulate complex drive scenario, generate
test video data, along with sensor modelling to test vision-based and sensor
fusion algorithms for the autonomous car. This solution enables OEMs to test
their ADAS Systems for accuracy and failure points.
Sasken also exhibited its ECU
Consolidation solution, which can be used by OEMs to virtualise ECUs thereby
reducing cost while ensuring safety. Sasken demonstrated its hypervisor-based
consolidator to virtualise infotainment and cluster system and enable it to run
on shared-hardware mechanism. Sasken’s solution addresses the key challenges in
consolidating the IVI and ICS functions of the cockpit domain to bring cost
advantage to customers without compromising on the safety and functionality of
Another solution that Sasken presented
was its Smart Mobility Platform which empowers OEMs, dealers, fleet owners,
insurance, and car rental companies leverage Sasken’s expertise in OBD-II
dongle development, telematics, application development, data analytics, and
predictive maintenance. The solution helps improve customer brand loyalty,
boost operational efficiencies, and provide better service centre efficiencies.
Sasken’s Android IVI offering
provides customers with a stable Android-based infotainment platform which can
be used to customize and add OEM specific features. This enables OEMs to focus
more on getting differentiated Android-based infotainment products to the
market faster without worrying about maintenance.
In partnership with Confidex,
Sasken also demonstrated NFC-based Dynamic Parts AuthenticationTM (DPATM)
solution at the event. The solution helps stakeholders and customers in the
automotive industry identify counterfeit products thus boosting sales and
profits lost because of unfair competition.
Source: Sasken Technologies
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