Denso, Toshiba join forces for in-vehicle software

January 15, 2018 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
Denso, Toshiba join forces for in-vehicle software
Automotive supplier Denso Corporation, has concluded a capital alliance agreement with Toshiba Digital Solutions Corporation and Toshiba Information Systems (Japan) Corporation have concluded a capital alliance agreement in which Denso acquires 20% of the total number of shares issued by Toshiba Information Systems. The purpose of the action is enhancing the development of embedded software for automotive applications.

The auto industry is changing in a way that requires ever-more complicated and advanced technologies, such as connectivity, autonomous driving, shared mobility, and electric mobility. There is a growing need to enhance the capability to develop vehicle control software. Toshiba Information Systems is skilled at developing embedded software and has a track record with in-vehicle electrification technology such as for EVs and advanced driver assistance and automated driving technologies that have been developing rapidly. The capital alliance will help Denso work with Toshiba Information Systems as a strategic partner to develop embedded software and enhance the capability to develop vehicle control software.

In April 2017, Denso and the Toshiba Group including Toshiba Digital Solutions and Toshiba Information Systems started to enhance collaboration in IoT-based manufacturing, advanced driver assistance, and automated driving. The three companies will continue to work more closely as strategic partners in the embedded software business and IoT-based manufacturing, in order to help build a safe and secure automotive society for all people
around the world.

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