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NEVS’ Tianjin Joint Venture cooperates with Microsoft on car connectivity

Microsoft NEVS cooperation

With the vision in shaping for a more sustainable future, Sweden based mobility provider NEVSparticipated in CES Asia 2017, unveiling In-Motion concept of the future urban mobility solutions.

As an important step already now to achieve the vision, NEVS’ Tianjin Joint Venture NNEV (National New Energy Vehicle Co.,Ltd) announced that they will adopt Microsoft’s advanced Cloud technology to power NEVS’ mobility solutions globally.

The partnership will aim to enhance the in-car experience of NEVS products and service with Microsoft’s forefront technology in connectivity and will lay a solid foundation for NEVS’ future improvements on the offers.

Saab NEVS stand

 

“Microsoft, with their very rich knowledge and experience in the digital services will play an important role in NEVS transformation from an electric vehicle manufacturer to a mobility service provider. We look forward to a more in-depth cooperation in areas such as car connectivity, cloud computing,  and artificial intelligence to create more possibilities in the new energy vehicle industries”, Says Mattias Bergman. President of NEVS.

The fourth industrial revolution represented by the digital transformation has created unprecedented opportunities and challenges. A series of technical innovation such as cloud computing, big data, car connectivity and artificial intelligence is leading a new round of technological and industrial revolution. Microsoft has been paying close attention to the development and demand of the new energy vehicle, car connectivity and sustainable mobility solutions. It is our honor to join the cooperation. We will fully support the establishment of NNEV’s digitalization and information platform, and aim to build jointly a national level R&D center and a new energy vehicle production base to stay aligned with China’s development strategy in the new emerging industries, and the energy-saving and environmental sector.” Says, Alain Crozier, Chairman and CEO of Microsoft Greater China Region.


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