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Volkswagen to develop self-driving software

Microsoft’s cloud computing to be involved in the process

Nicky Verd said:

“What you were taught 10-20 years ago is fast becoming obsolete. Upskill yourself and recreate your world”, Volkswagen seems to be taking the advice just fine.

Volkswagen Group, a German multinational automobile manufacturing company who’s headquartered in Wolfsburg, owns brands such as Audi and Porsche, said it would utilize the cloud computing technology of Microsoft Corp to help it standardize its self-driving vehicle software development efforts.

Volkswagen is chipping away at both self-driving vehicles for the future and driver-help highlights, for example, versatile voyage control in momentum vehicles, but the organization had been building up those highlights autonomously and independently.

Moreover, a year ago, Volkswagen solidified a portion of those advancement endeavors into an auxiliary called Car. Programming to all the more likely to coordinate among the producers, with each organization taking care of its own work around the look and feel of the product while teaming up on center wellbeing capacities, for example, identifying snags.

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It has come to the knowledge that the different organizations inside the group were all the while utilizing various frameworks to build up that software, but now the arrangement on Thursday declared that they will put them on a common cloud provider.

Furthermore, Volkswagen in 2018 inked an arrangement with Microsoft to interface its vehicles to Microsoft’s Azure distributed computing administration. The Thursday arrangement implies that the product updates will be created on the very cloud that will at that point bar those updates down to the vehicles.

In common parlance, the deal implies that the cars with a few driver-assistance features that originally hit the road, today could add new capabilities over the long run that would bring them closer to driverless cars, said Scott Guthrie, Microsoft’s executive vice president of cloud and artificial intelligence.

Thanks to Volkswagen If not flying cars, then at least mankind will experience the surge of evolution in form of driverless cars!

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