Currently deployed in the Genesis GV60, updates to the cloud-side of the platform empower automakers to innovate faster while reducing complexity and costs
Sunnyvale, Calif. – February 24, 2022 – Sonatus, a global leader in software defined vehicle technology, today announced the release of the next generation Sonatus Digital Dynamics™ Vehicle Platform, which lives both in-vehicle and in the cloud. Following a successful debut in the Genesis GV60, Sonatus has further enhanced the cloud-side of its platform to bolster automakers’ ability to build software-defined vehicles that can be updated with new features and functionality throughout their entire lifetimes – without requiring new software development. Given the time and resources required to develop new software, removing this barrier significantly accelerates innovation and bolsters agility.
“The automotive industry is undergoing a digital transformation and OEMs are recognizing that software-defined vehicles will allow them to innovate faster, reduce costs, and become more agile, which is critical for getting ahead in a highly competitive market,” said Jeffrey Chou, CEO and Co-Founder of Sonatus. “To do this effectively and at scale, OEMs need the ability to quickly harness in-vehicle data, control and secure vehicle connectivity, and remedy problems in real-time through code-less updates. That’s exactly what our platform enables, and we’re proud to play a role in accelerating the digital transformation of the industry.”
Since its initial launch with the Genesis GV60, the cloud-side of Sonatus’ platform has been enhanced with a brand new user interface to further simplify the creation and deployment of policies for dynamic data collection. The company also introduced new software functionality that enables myriad collection configurations to occur simultaneously, while allowing OEMs to grant access securely to users across the organization. These updates make it easier than ever for multiple teams to easily and instantly collect the data they need to do their jobs at any given time.
A few examples of how OEMs can use the Sonatus Digital Dynamics™ Vehicle Platform include:
“OEMs recognize the value of being able to update their vehicles over-the-air post-production to fix issues, enhance performance, add capabilities, and tap into new revenue streams,” said Troy Trenchard, Chief Marketing Officer at Sonatus. “And, consumers also benefit from safer, more dependable, and easier to maintain vehicles that can be updated with new features and functionality over time. Given the increasing pace of innovation in the industry, automakers who aren’t prioritizing developing software-defined vehicles today will be left playing catch up for years to come. ”
Sonatus’ unique approach to helping automakers build software-defined vehicles is underpinned by its team’s diverse experience across both IT and automotive. Sonatus’ platform lives both in-vehicle and in the cloud, and is flexible, modular, and hardware agnostic. This allows OEMs to reconfigure software to change the functionality of the vehicle exactly when, where, and how they need to. The company’s solutions are currently in-market with Hyundai, Kia, and Genesis, and will be in millions of cars by 2023.
With this next generation of Sonatus' software-defined vehicle platform, OEMs can update and fix issues in fleets of vehicles quickly, easily, reliably, and without the costs and lead times associated with developing and deploying new software updates.
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Sonatus helps automakers build software-defined vehicles with next-generation architectures capable of supporting the most advanced future mobility use cases. Leveraging extensive software-defined expertise, the company compresses decades of digital innovation into scalable vehicle and cloud software solutions that can be integrated in as little as a year. Sonatus’ dynamic In-Vehicle infrastructure, Data Management and Automation solutions form the core for digitally dynamic vehicles that are able to evolve and adapt in real-time — empowering automakers to innovate faster, reduce complexity and costs, and become more agile.