29th July 2021
- VNC Automotive has been selected as a Proactive Partner member of the Renesas R-Car Consortium
- The R-Car Consortium seeks to accelerate ADAS and Connected Car solutions through collaboration
- VNC Automotive set to benefit from preferential access to SoC designs and end-to-end support
VNC Automotive, an innovator in the connected car and telematics sectors, has been selected as a member of Renesas’ R-Car Consortium Proactive Partner Program.
The appointment builds on VNC Automotive’s existing relationship with the consortium and recognises their achievements in the software integration and In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) fields.
“The partnership will allow us to accelerate the development of, and our unique contribution towards, the vehicles of tomorrow.”
The R-Car Consortium provides a collaborative environment for members, system integrators, and developers to share their expertise and accelerate their implementation of next-generation Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Connected Car solutions.
VNC Automotive joins 70 other Proactive Partners in enjoying preferential access to Renesas’ advanced System-on-Chip (SoC) designs, end-to-end development support, and shared marketing effort.
Tom Blackie, Founder and CEO, VNC Automotive, said: “The opportunity to build on our existing participation in the Renesas R-Car Consortium will allow us to accelerate the development of, and our unique contribution towards, the vehicles of tomorrow.”
Renesas Electronics Corporation creates embedded systems and complete semiconductor solutions that drive billions of connected, intelligent devices. A global leader in microcontrollers and SoC products, the company provides comprehensive solutions for a broad range of automotive, industrial, infrastructure, and IoT applications.
VNC Automotive’s technology enables the secure integration of multiple devices with a vehicle’s existing displays and controls, and is currently in use in over 35 million vehicles worldwide. The company’s products offer a level of functionality that had previously been impossible to achieve, and are of value both to passenger vehicles and police and emergency services.
29th July 2021