Tiafor and eSOL Co., Ltd. announced on July 14 that they have entered into a strategic partnership to accelerate the commercialization and popularization of autonomous driving technology using the world’s first open source autonomous driving software “Autoware”. .. Tiafor leads the development of Autoware and is advancing research and development toward the realization of passenger services and logistics services using autonomous driving technology. On the other hand, eSOL has participated in the project since the launch of Autoware in 2015, and has conducted joint research and development including experiments and demonstrations on actual vehicles using manycore technology and the company’s scalable real-time OS, eMCOS. Both companies are also premium members of The Autoware Foundation, the world’s first international industry association to set Autoware’s industry standards. In commercializing autonomous driving technology using Autoware, it is important to support functional safety certification and high-quality, high-performance software platforms, and the needs in the market are increasing. This time, the two companies will enter into a new strategic partnership to accelerate the commercialization and popularization of autonomous driving technology. In this strategic partnership, the two companies will collaborate to integrate Autoware on eMCOS, which is fully compliant with the functional safety standard (ISO26262) for the automotive sector, and to provide engineering services utilizing Autoware to their customers. Agreed with. Specifically, eSOL will incorporate Autoware.Auto, the next-generation Autoware platform, on its eMCOS and provide it to customers who use Autoware for commercial purposes. Both companies bring their expertise together to provide a wide range of engineering services to their customers who use Autoware. In addition, we will continue to consider new solutions and services that leverage the strengths of both companies.