With the opening of a branch office in South Korea, TTTech application engineers on the ground will be able to provide direct, short-term support for the MotionWise safe vehicle software platform to customers and partners. In addition to MotionWise services, Vienna-based TTTech Auto plans to expand its offerings to include consulting on Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) technology, a prerequisite for SAE Level 4 driving. The company also plans to offer its expertise in the development of electronic control units (ECUs) and automotive Ethernet switches to the Korean market.
TTTech Auto is building on a long-standing and successful relationship with a South Korean OEM and Tier 1 suppliers who are already using TTTech Auto’s MotionWise safety software platform in volume production.
TTTech Auto Korea’s Field Application Engineers will support customers and partners across the ecosystem within a short response time in local language. This includes technical support in all project phases related to the MotionWise safety vehicle software platform.
TTTech Auto’s flagship product, MotionWise, ensures that mission-critical data circulates reliably and in real-time throughout the vehicle. It guarantees safe execution in the system, prioritizes safety-critical functions, and ensures that vehicle systems respond quickly enough in all situations.
In addition, specialized tools enable automakers to dramatically accelerate the software development process, from concept to volume production, including feature updates “over the air,” after the sale.
“With the new office in Seoul, our customers and partners will benefit from a local offering with timely and reliable support for MotionWise,” said Jaeyoon Cho, Managing Director at TTTech Auto Korea. “In addition, we are expanding our local consulting offering to include Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) technology as the foundation for SAE Level 4 Driving.”
TTTech Auto brings extensive knowledge in electronic control unit (ECU) development, including an Automotive Ethernet Switch IP. The semiconductor element is essential for high-bandwidth communications between the vehicle’s computing platform and the rest of the vehicle, making it a prerequisite for increasingly advanced vehicle functions.