Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi launch intelligent cloudMarch 22, 2019
The first carriers will be the Renault Clio and Nissan Leaf.
The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance is preparing a universal digital platform for connected services. The Intellectual Cloud of the Alliance will be based on the technologies of artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things from Microsoft Azure. The platform will integrate existing vehicle networking solutions along with current and future features.
The platform collects and analyzes a large amount of data from connected vehicles and provides new personalized services based on the information received. These include, for example, an Internet connection between vehicles, network navigation, accurate determination of the distance between cars, constant automatic updates of embedded software over a wireless network, and access to individual infotainment services.
Cooperation with Microsoft will set a new standard in the automotive industry, according to the Alliance.
The corporate “reset” that happened to Alliance partners last week should ease the tension between the three automakers that arose after Ghosn’s arrest. In this bundle, Nissan is trying to gain greater autonomy, gradually eliminating those top managers who were most closely associated with Renault and Carlos Ghosn. But, as we see, companies also have common plans.
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