- DXC Technology Company subsidiary Luxoft announced it is expanding its collaboration with Microsoft to accelerate the delivery of connected vehicle solutions and mobility experiences
Luxoft, a subsidiary of DXC Technology Company, announced that it is expanding its collaboration with Microsoft to accelerate the delivery of connected vehicle solutions and mobility experiences. By utilizing the Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform, Luxoft will enable and accelerate the delivery of vehicle-centric solutions and services to enable automakers to deliver unique features like advanced vehicle diagnostics, remote access and repair, and preventive maintenance. And collecting real usage data will also support vehicle engineering to improve manufacturing quality.
“With our proven solutions and services for connected vehicles, automakers and their key partners are able to get the most out of the Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform,” said Luxoft President & CEO Dmitry Loschinin. “Our collaboration with Microsoft gives automakers control and flexibility for creating highly differentiated, intelligent and beneficial connected mobility experiences for their customers.”
Through advances in autonomous and shared vehicles growing the mobility revolution, automakers have been looking for new ways to personalized digital lifestyles into the driving experience. And connected vehicle solutions need to enable potentially millions of vehicles located throughout the world to deliver familiar and intuitive experiences including infotainment, entertainment, productivity, driver safety, and driver assistance.
Luxoft is known for co-creating the technology platforms and engineering them at scale, enabling car manufacturers and their suppliers to design and develop safe and convenient customer experiences for personalized, smart, and connected mobility.
“Luxoft’s unique ability to combine innovation and execution with its global delivery network will allow us to accelerate the deployment of connected vehicle-centric solutions and services based on the Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform and Azure Maps,” added Tara Prakriya, general manager of Azure IoT Mobility, Connected Vehicles and Azure Maps at Microsoft.
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