Time：2019-03-26 12:10:51 Author：en.gouwuwang.org Popular： Comment：0
Microsoft Azure will help and support Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance Intelligent Cloud Platform
The Alliance Intelligent Cloud Service, supported by Microsoft Azure, will provide technical support for the Alliance's latest vehicle networking service.
The world's leading automotive alliance uses smart cloud services for networking infrastructure in 200 markets around the world, including Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi.
Later this year, the Alliance Intelligent Cloud Service will provide technical support for the new Renault Clio and Nissan listeners in Europe and Japan.
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, the world's leading automotive alliance, recently announced the launch of Alliance Intelligent Cloud Service. It will be a new platform that will enable Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi to provide networking services in nearly 200 markets served by alliance member companies. This also culminates in the collaborative development between the Alliance and Microsoft, which is the first and most ambitious vehicle networking project in the global automotive industry to deploy using cloud technology, artificial intelligence and Internet of Things technology provided by Microsoft Azure. Microsoft Azure provides the Alliance with a global data platform to ensure the safe capture, management and analysis of vehicle data, and provides intelligent services based on the massive data created by networked vehicles.
Kal Mos, global vice president of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance Intelligent Networks, said: "Today, we are deploying a vehicle networking platform that will transform the technology experience of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi customers. Through cooperation with Microsoft, we are launching the most powerful and far-reaching vehicle networking platform. We use the scale of the alliance to build an intelligent cloud platform, leading the development of the industry.
"Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance is a long-term partner of Microsoft Vehicle Networking Platform and our first strategic partner." Jean-Phillipe Courtois, Executive Vice President and Chairman of Microsoft and President of Global Sales and Marketing and Operations, said. "With the release of Alliance Intelligent Cloud, a new generation of Internet services supported by Microsoft Azure has been launched."
The first car manufactured using Alliance Smart Cloud technology was a brand new Renault Clio and part of Nissan Windshield models sold in Japan and Europe. This is also the first batch of automobiles supported by Microsoft Vehicle Networking Platform, which can be mass-produced to meet consumer needs.
Vehicles using Alliance Intelligent Cloud Technology will benefit from seamless access to the Internet, providing enhanced remote diagnosis, continuous software deployment, firmware updates, and access to information and entertainment services.
Alliance Intelligent Cloud is a highly scalable platform that integrates a variety of traditional vehicle networking solutions, integrates current and future vehicle networking functions, and supports the commercial operation of mobile travel services. The platform is data-driven and can support advanced AI and analysis scenarios to accelerate the time-to-market of innovative products and business plans.
The speed and efficiency of the Alliance Intelligent Cloud have been optimized to connect directly to the car, allowing consumers in different regions, models and brands worldwide to share digital functions and future innovative products. The functions integrated into the platform include remote service, active monitoring, networked navigation, networked assistance, wireless software upgrade and other customized services.
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance takes a unique approach to gain business opportunities from Vehicle Networking by having, operating and designing its own smart cloud platform on Azure. With the development of the Alliance Intelligent Cloud Platform, it will be possible to connect the vehicles of the Alliance members with future smart city infrastructure and potential partners in the future. Through the new project, any third party seeking to connect with networked vehicles produced by alliance members can find a contact point for cooperation.