Recently, BAIC reached a strategic partnership with Bosch China, with the two companies committing to strengthening cooperation in the areas of smart cockpits, smart driving, and automotive connectivity.
On Feb. 2, chinese state-owned automobile manufacturer Beijing Automotive Group (Chinese: 北汽集团) (hereinafter referred to as BAIC) reached a strategic partnership with Bosch China (Chinese: 博世中国), with the two companies committing to strengthening cooperation in the areas of smart cockpits, smart driving, and automotive connectivity.
The two companies have long collaborated in the supply of electronic fuel injection systems, chassis, smart driving systems, and others.
Through this cooperation, BAIC will propose more solutions in the fields of intelligent cockpit, intelligent driving and intelligent network connection through cooperation with Bosch. Bosch, on the other hand, will provide BAIC with more intelligent and competitive products based on its own safe and reliable intelligent driving solutions that are fully developed in six dimensions: system, functional safety, data, chip, hardware and algorithm.
In recent years, BAIC has placed technological innovation at the core of its development, and made great progress in technological innovation strength. In terms of intelligent networking, the company has formed comprehensive capabilities in intelligent core technology development, system integration and resource integration around four major areas: intelligent cabin, intelligent driving, vehicle networking and electronic architecture.
The intellectual property related to the E/E architecture has been exported overseas, creating a precedent for exporting the core technology of China's auto industry to foreign countries. The new version of Alpha Alpha S has become a new benchmark of mass-produced intelligent driving technology in the domestic market. The core algorithm development project of L4-level intelligent driving has been licensed for the T3-level road test of automatic driving in Beijing, and the regular test of real vehicles has been carried out.