Microsoft and Bosch joined hands to develop a connected car software

Softwares are also reached to cars, providing various smart functionality like navigation, managing media and calls through touch, and all. However, maintaining the software is also important which is a bit hard in the case of cars to date. Generally, the updates reached the targets late. There are other issues too.

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The technology giant Microsoft and the German player Bosch come together to find a solution for the upcoming automobiles. Yes, you read it right. Both the giants will work together to streamline and accelerate the development along with the deployment of the car software.

Microsoft and Bosch joined hands to develop a connected car

In this project, Microsoft will provide its cloud platform to host the modular software distribution and modification at the earliest. The software modules will be managed by Bosch. This roadmap can solve the overall complexity in this field as per the duo.

Markus Heyn, the board member at Bosch said, “Having a comprehensive software platform from the vehicle to the cloud will reduce the complexity of the software development and the vehicle system integration,” He added further,  “In this way, we will create the conditions for wireless updates to work just as smoothly and conveniently in vehicles as they do in smartphones.”

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After the implementation of this project, the users will get updates of their cars on time, can download anytime, thanks to the cloud system. The companies are expecting to deploy it by the end of 2021.


Anupam Modak
A CS Engineer and Tech Enthusiast who likes to fiddle with the latest gadgets and tech happenings around the world.

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