Design safer and smarter vehicles

Overview

The Infosys Automotive practice develops networking and embedded engineering solutions to enhance the performance and reliability of powertrains, enable on-board diagnostics, improve safety, and enhance vehicle design aesthetics. The Infosys Emerging Technologies Center of Excellence capitalizes on artificial intelligence, modeling tools and machine learning to improve sense-analyze-notify capabilities of digital assets.

Our embedded systems include controller devices and sensors for engine control (fuel injectors, engine speed, coolant temperature, and fuel pump), cruise control (automatic landing and autonomous navigation), safety (brake and airbags), driver assistance (night vision and information systems), interiors (climate control, infotainment and displays), and statutory compliance (emissions and noise pollution).

Infosys integrates the electronics ecosystem and develops secure interfaces, which facilitates co-creation of embedded components and applications with suppliers and partners. In addition, we create telematics dashboards to drive automatic collision notification and stolen vehicle location services.

Infosys services for connected platforms span design, platform engineering and reengineering, hardware design and prototyping, DevOps, platform development, software release management, firmware / drivers, and middleware integration. Further, we build simulators to create a real-time automated test environment.

We use proprietary tools to configure the hardware abstraction layer in Automotive Open System Architecture (AUTOSAR) 2.0. This replacement of version-controlled COTS tools accelerates time-to-market and saves costs. Significantly, our tools can be reused / modified for various AUTOSAR-based products as well as micro controllers, and for generating configuration files.

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Challenges & Solutions

Team of experts with experience across protocols, architectures, and hardware and software tools design and implementing embedded systems for automobiles.

Embedded systems support dozens of microcontrollers per vehicle for diverse facilities – from emission control to automatic parking and in-vehicle entertainment.

Systems integration approach enables incremental adoption of AUTOSAR-compatible vehicular subsystems.