NXP and AWS in connected vehicles collaboration

NXP Semiconductors and Amazon Web Services (AWS) are teaming up on a secure, edge-to-cloud compute solution for next-generation vehicles.

Data is driving vehicle innovations that deliver valuable insights and generate new revenue streams. Expanded access to real-time, vehicle-wide data, secure connectivity to cloud services and streamlined machine learning (ML) can accelerate the shift and enable intelligent vehicles that improve over their lifetime through remote updates.

Real-time vehicle insights can drive a myriad of new use cases and services. For example, carmakers can monitor for potential component failures before a repair is needed, prevent costly warranty repairs and recalls, optimise the supply chain, and improve the customer experience by minimizing service visits.

Mobility and insurance companies can leverage expanded data to create new business models and provide cost-reduction benefits to drivers according to vehicle condition and driving behaviour.

Carmakers can offer attractive services that leverage vehicle sensors and other data to create new user experiences and capabilities such as remote viewing inside and around the vehicle for convenience, safety and security.

What’s needed is a compute solution with centralised access to vehicle-wide data that can work securely and collaboratively with the cloud. The integration of AWS edge and cloud services with NXP’s new S32G vehicle network processor for service-oriented gateways aims to be the answer.

“NXP is pleased to collaborate with AWS to help our automotive customers accelerate their digital transformation initiatives by unlocking the value of vehicle data and leveraging edge-to-cloud services,” said Henri Ardevol, executive vice president and general manager of Automotive Processing at NXP Semiconductors,

“We see the opportunity to help them make impactful improvements throughout vehicle life cycles with new vehicle data insights and the ability to make continuous improvements using machine learning and over-the-air updates,” he added.