9 Sep 21
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Aviva receives $26.5 million new funding to advance car connectivity

A "seeing" car, image courtesy of Shutterstock

Aviva Technology Holding has received $26.5 million investment to expand its focus on car connectivity, aiming to advance autonomous driving, telematics, analytics and infotainment technologies through Aviva Links.

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Aviva Technology Holding has received $26.5 million investment to expand its focus on car connectivity, aiming to advance autonomous driving, telematics, analytics and infotainment technologies through Aviva Links.

Aviva Links has set its goal to advance the pre-self-driving era technologies and provide solutions and security for autonomous driving. Underlining the importance of fast and accurate applications, Aviva Links aims to provide a highly accurate circuit solution to the auto market. Thus, transmitting high volumes of data in nanoseconds would be available for autonomous driving.

A new vision for driver assistance systems

In a press release, Aviva Links COO Kamal Dalmia explained the company’s mission, which is to provide solutions for transmitting high-resolution uncompressed data for machine vision. On this path, AI will be aiding Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and new generation infotainment features.

The funding will help Aviva further its R&D and marketing programs as it already started working with the key automakers. Through this collaboration, Aviva will be upgrading its pre-self-driving era in-vehicle connectivity chips to a self-driving version.

Aviva hasn't disclosed a date to release its new technology.

Image of a car depicting "seeing" technology, courtesy of Shutterstock.

Authored by: Mufit Yilmaz Gokmen