Mahindra & Mahindra on Monday announced a collaboration with chip maker Qualcomm to develop the latest technology for a comfortable, safe and intelligent driving experience in its all-new Scorpio-N vehicle.
The chipmaker will work with automotive electronics company Visteon Corporation to bring world-class, transformative in-vehicle experiences to the all-new Scorpio-N using its 3rd generation Snapdragon cockpit platforms.
“We are applying over two decades of auto expertise to transform the Scorpio-N into a digitally advanced and feature-rich SUV,” said Uday Dodla, Senior Director, Business Development, Qualcomm India.
Third-generation Snapdragon cockpit platforms are designed to support the higher levels of computing and intelligence required for the advanced capabilities featured in next-generation vehicles, enabling relevant safety use cases for drivers and passengers. helps to do
This includes driver monitoring and object detection, as well as helping to ensure the security of personal and vehicle data.
Additionally, third-generation Snapdragon cockpit platforms offer an advanced suite of wireless technologies to support multi-mode cellular connectivity, Wi-Fi 6 as well as enhanced Bluetooth technologies.
“Using the advanced capabilities of Snapdragon automotive technologies integrated into our SUVs, we are redefining the standard of an intelligent connected vehicle and providing a safe and engaging driving experience,” said R Velusamy, said President, Automotive Technology and Product Development, M&M Ltd.
The Scorpio-N offers an advanced driving and ownership experience powered by Mahindra’s connected artificial intelligence (AI) technology, which uses Visteon’s SmartCore cockpit domain controller technology based on Snapdragon cockpit platforms.
The Scorpio-N has a 20.32 cm infotainment system with a 17.78 cm color driver information display and navigation.
Qualcomm offers advanced automotive technologies through the ‘Snapdragon Digital Chassis’, which includes telematics, digital cockpit solutions, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS)/autonomous driving, cellular to vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) connectivity to the cloud. There is a collection of platforms. ), and car-to-cloud solutions.
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