The race for the next generation automated autonomous vehicles just got hotter.
As part of its vision for tomorrow automated autonomous vehicles which Hyundai Motor terms as “high-performing computers on wheels”, it said today that it will partner with Cisco Systems in order to develop internet connected car technologies which could make its vision a reality.
Automobile manufacturers are increasingly tying eyeing alliances with technological companies so as to form alliances which expands its services in the race to develop tomorrow’s next-gen cars which are likely to capitalise on the concept of Internet of Things.
Chung Eui-sun, Hyundai’s Vice Chairman met and agreed with Chuck Robbins, Cisco’s CEO in Seoul to co-develop an in-vehicle network technology for high speed transfers of large amount of data.
“The cooperation is part of Hyundai Motor’s wider strategy to establish an industry-leading connected car platform through collaboration with leading technology partners,” read’s a statement from Hyundai.
Tomorrow’s upcoming automated autonomous cars are likely to be up-to-the-brim with sensors are likely to make extensive use of the internet.
Other similar notable alliances this month include Toyota Motor’s expansion of a partnership with Microsoft Corp to develop an Internet-connected vehicles services technology for owners and vehicle dealers.