In the modern automotive industry, it’s all about mass customization instead of mass production, and offering multiple product configurations is crucial to success. Consequently, the globalization and consolidation of platforms is a huge challenge for automotive companies as new competitors are changing business models and services required.
The Journey to ACES innovations
With more than 50 years of experience in the automotive industry and leading OEMs and suppliers as key clients, NTT DATA is well prepared for the market transformation and substantially driving ACES innovations.
Strategy to “Create and Connect” – NTT DATA develops automotive industry solution and service in Digital transformation domain and leverage data values in extended eco system.
*ACES : Automated, Connected, Electric and Shared
InCar SW & Engineering
Leverage a framework that addresses in-vehicle, connectivity, off-vehicle backend, data insights and the supporting industry processes, tools, and standards.
Connected Services & Data Platform
Connect experiences for drivers, OEMs and other industries leveraging technologies we designed in cooperation with OEMs and third parties.
Digital factory and logistics
Integrate flexibility and agility into operations digitally to mitigate the impact of disruptions and achieve cost efficiencies while improving productivity.
Network & Connectivity
Edge to Cloud services that leverage various client contact points & data with Edge as a Service and Private 5G technologies
Vehicle Security Operations Center Services
Enhance security with specialized operations centers including intrusion/anomaly detection databases and algorithms to protect both vehicles and OEM backend infrastructure.
Digital Customer Excellence
Drive sustainable revenue growth through improved customer loyalty, more efficient customer acquisition and an increased share of customer wallet.
Business alliance with Toyota Connected on Mobility Service Business
NTTDATA has an official business alliance with TOYOTA Connected on Mobility Service Business. This alliance aims to increase the functions and services of the Mobility Service Platform offered globally by Toyota Motor Corporation in order to expand connected car markets and countries and increase software development capabilities and expand operations.
BMW Future of connectivity
The technology demands of the evolving automotive market required innovative and flexible cloud environments. NTT DATA gourp migrated and integrated operations of the BMW Group’s worldwide data centers, driving improvements in compute efficiency, agility and automation.
Digital transformation and optimization for Mclaren
NTT DATA has been chosen to provide that flexibility alongside expertise in critical applications such as SAP, ServiceNow and CRM platforms, as well as broad knowledge within end user compute and infrastructure. This broad expertise allows McLaren group to provide true business value rather than merely being a traditional supplier of IT.
Telefonica and NTT DATA integrate 5G in CIE Automotive’s internal logistics
Telefonica and NTT DATA are executing a proof of concept (PoC) with CIE Automotive, a global automotive supplier. At its facilities in Itziar (Guipuzcoa), a 5G intralogistics management platform has been developed and is being implemented as an integrating and enabling solution for the automation of the transport of finished products from the end of the production line to the warehouse.
Cloud-Based Virtual Testing for Infotainment Connected Systems
Keeping up with the increasing number of features in modern vehicles is a challenge, cloud-based virtual testing of connected infotainment systems can help to reduce time-to-market.
Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) for the Software-Defined Vehicle
"ACES" stands for the most important trends in the automotive industry: Automated - Connected - Electric - Shared. This means that there are more and more autonomous, connected, electric and shared vehicles. These four trends must be taken into account in automotive software development and accordingly in Application Lifecycle Management (ALM).
Automated Valet Parking (AVP)
Automated parking brings more comfort for
the driver and many advantages for car manufacturers, car dealers and transport and
Furthermore, there is profit potential in AVP for every car park operator - regardless of whether it is an (air) port, trade fair or shopping center, cultural institution or sports stadium.
Vehicles are becoming increasingly
networked and software is therefore almost more important than hardware.
The Security Operation Centers (SOC) of the OEMs usually only cover the IT structure outside the vehicle, but not the data flows inside the car. With V-SOC (Vehicle-SOC), NTT DATA offers a cybersecurity solution that identifies and processes all security incidents in a coordinated manner from the vehicle and the sensors of the IT infrastructure.
Software Defined Data Center
The demands of the specialist departments on IT are growing. If the provision of services takes too long, the desired applications are simply installed by the specialist side without the knowledge of the IT department. Such "shadow IT" brings with it security risks and loss of control - in terms of processes and budget. The answer to the requirements for a significant increase in speed in application development - and thus in flexibility and security of IT processes - is a so-called "Software Defined Data Center": a virtualized data center that bundles the necessary resources in a hybrid cloud and provides.
Automated Valet Parking (AVP) by NTT DATA
Powered by 5G connectivity, NTT DATA has partnered with Valeo and Embotech to develop a solution for Automated Valet Parking.
Homologation made easy with NTT DATA
NTT DATA is currently developing a cloud-based collaboration platform for manufacturers, suppliers, and technical services that will optimize and facilitate the homologation process for vehicles with registration requirements.
V-SOC - Effectively and efficiently, protect networked vehicles against cyber attacks
Hacker attacks on Connected Cars can have serious and in worst-case fatal consequences. Automobile manufacturers have a responsibility here.
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