Foxconn partners ‘Mobility in Harmony’ with Tech Mahindra to build next generation electric vehicles

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Tech Mahindra on Thursday announced that it has partnered with the Foxconn-launched MIH (Mobility in Harmony) consortium, an open EV alliance that fosters collaboration in the mobility industry. The partnership will focus on developing sustainable mobility solutions and building the next generation of electric vehicles, autonomous driving solutions and mobility service applications that can provide value to stakeholders in the mobility industry.

As part of the partnership, Tech Mahindra will help MIH build a software-defined car architecture and platform and provide its software, design development and consulting expertise. The partnership will also focus on leveraging key technologies and developing reference designs and standards to bridge the gap for alliance members, enabling accelerated innovation and shorter development cycles.

“The size of the Indian electric vehicle market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 65.1 percent (2022-2029). At Tech Mahindra, we aim to contribute to this growth and our partnership with the MIH consortium is a step forward in this direction. Together with the MIH consortium, we will focus on making EV cars a reality by 2025, creating intelligent, innovative and sustainable mobility solutions and infrastructure. We are confident that our technical prowess in the automotive sector and decades of engineering experience coupled with MIH Consortium’s strong expertise in mobility will help generate unprecedented results in the EV market,” said Narasimham RV, Global Head – Integrated Engineering Services, Tech Mahindra said in a statement.

The MIH consortium currently has more than 2,460 members from 65 countries and territories. The organization is working towards creating an open EV ecosystem that fosters collaboration among the mobility industry’s leading OEMs, Tier 1 suppliers and Electronic Sustainability Programs (ESPs) to standardize EV technologies to lead the electric vehicle revolution. gives.

Jack Cheng, Chief Executive Officer, MIH Consortium, said, “We at MIH are very pleased to add Tech Mahindra to our consortium as they bring nearly 26 years of deep automotive domain expertise to the alliance. Their leadership in EV vehicle technologies is very well established. Se will add great value to the Alliance and its members in furthering the vision of creating an open EV ecosystem that fosters collaboration in the mobility industry. I look forward to welcoming Tech Mahindra to the Alliance and seeing them join this consortium. I look forward to becoming a very important player.”

This partnership is in line with Tech Mahindra’s focus on digital growth under the NXT.NOW framework, which aims to enhance the ‘human-centred experience’, Tech Mahindra focuses on investing in emerging technologies and solutions that enable digital transformation. and meet the growing needs. Customer.

 

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