Elektrobit and Airbiquity launch joint OTA solution

  • January 4, 2023
  • William Payne

Elektrobit and Airbiquity have announced a joint, pre-integrated over-the-air (OTA) solution that combines Elektrobit’s in-vehicle OTA update software products with Airbiquity’s multi-ECU OTA software management platform, making it easier for OEMs to source and build an end-to-end OTA system for their vehicle fleets.

The solution is powered by Elektrobit’s EB cadian, which enables OEMs to perform software updates on ECUs and deploy remote software and firmware updates across the entire vehicle platform, and Airbiquity’s OTAmatic Software Management Platform, which orchestrates and automates software update campaigns. With this joint solution customers can also leverage offerings from the Elektrobit EB corbos product line as software for both Linux and Adaptive AUTOSAR.

“Together with Elektrobit, we’re simplifying OTA and helping OEMs bring their next-gen connected vehicles to market more quickly,” said Kamyar Moinzadeh, president and CEO, Airbiquity. “With this end-to-end solution, OEMs can execute OTA software updates for their vehicles around the world efficiently, reliably and securely.”

“At Elektrobit, we’re laser-focused on enabling the Automotive OS and being the go-to-market partner for solutions that can help our customers achieve their own OS vision,” said Michael Robertson, vice president, head of products and strategy, Elektrobit. “Through this partnership with Airbiquity, we’re working together to provide OEMs with a turnkey OTA offering for future-proofing their next-gen connected vehicles. We’re excited to demonstrate it at CES 2023.”