In engineering, technology, and business, IoT has become a buzzword today. IoT and its connected technology solutions are alive in a wide range of systems, sensors, and networked products that benefit from the advances of computer power, electronics reduction, and network interconnections to create new capabilities. Many companies offer connected solutions in the current technology market. Aptiv, a leading technology company among them, has developed safer, greener, and more linked solutions for mobility’s future. Aptiv’s completely connected software platform advances the mobility–from automated driving to active security and from infotainment to vehicle connectivity. This advances mobility. Today, the company offers solutions in not only an efficient but also a cost-effective manner for automated driving and automated mobility on demand. They are learning new ways to improve the safety, security, and humane mobility of the future by using the power of artificial intelligence.
Aptiv partners with a number of companies that help to provide them with a more marketable environment. Aptiv recently announced its partnership with Affectiva. In order to deliver innovative, scalable software that enhances perceptions in advanced security solutions, Aptiv has signed a commercial partnership agreement with Affectiva and rethink the future of in-cabin experiences. In addition, the collaboration has made minority investments in Affectiva, to further support commercial partnership and to commercialize state-of-the-art sensing solutions for OEM and fleet customers.
Affectiva is a spin-off and human perception of artificial intelligence (AI) leader in Boston-based MIT Media Lab. According to Affectiva, this new software, which is designed to improve the in-vehicle experience, comes from a deep learning architecture. The patented software of Affectiva is the first multi-modal interior sensing solution to unobtrusively recognize in real time complex cognitive conditions of vehicles. Affectiva's Emotion AI system is used in a wide variety of areas, such as gaming, robotics, automotive, health care, education, video communication, retail and experiential marketing.
In addition, the technology that has built up huge amounts of real-world data can also unlock a deep understanding of the condition of occupants in a car. Then, this data can be used to provide a highly flexible platform to meet the evolving safety standards and future needs for mobility.
This collaboration will be able to ensure excellent market opportunities to both the organizations, and enable customers to build smart and intelligent vehicles that understand every facet of the human experience within a vehicle—both companies believe.