Software engineering firm Luxoft will acquire CMore Automotive, developer of AI-driven mobility systems.
Lindau, Germany-based CMore acts as a strategic autonomous development partner serving major German auto makers.
Through its network of advanced driver assistance system testing facilities in Lindau, Gutmadingen, Boblingen and Eschborn, CMore offers vehicle prototyping and system testing of vehicle active safety features.
Dmitry Loschinin, executive vice president of parent company DXC Technology, who is also president and CEO of Luxoft, said, “CMore Automotive’s highly competitive capabilities and services portfolio, along with their development tool chain for autonomous drive, will strengthen Luxoft’s capabilities in data-driven development and validation of AD/ADAS for Level 3 to Level 5 autonomous functions.”
Richard Woller, CEO of CMore Automotive, said, “We are looking forward to becoming part of DXC and its Autonomous Drive team. Our combined client base, which is increasingly demanding shorter autonomous drive (AD) software engineering cycles, will benefit from end-to-end AI-driven development and validation of AD/ADAS at scale.”