Software-defined vehicles are becoming more and more commonplace — particularly as automakers seek to integrate more advanced driver-assistance systems and higher levels of automation in today’s cars.
With that, Continental and Amazon Web Services are teaming up on a new, open automotive software development platform that they say will expedite the development of these automated and autonomous driving systems.
The partners are collaborating on a high-performance platform, Continental Automotive Edge, coined CAEdge, the German supplier said Thursday, with AWS serving as the partnership’s cloud provider.
CAEdge is the first collaboration between Continental and AWS.
Continental said in a statement