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As a trusted partner for the most innovative automotive teams, we are here to verify business ideas, challenge the status quo, and translate promising technologies into customer-centric tools and features.

End-to-end R&D services for automotive

From consulting the idea through research and prototyping to developing the solutions, our Innovation Lab experts collaborate with automotive departments that are looking to gain an innovation-led edge in the market.

  • R&D and New Technology
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Design & Development
  • Distribution & Fleet Support
  • Process Design & Engineering
  • Aftersale & Maintenance
  • Procurement& Product Planning
  • Vehicle Manufacturing

Learn about our approach to R&D projects



During this phase we’ll define your requirements, discuss ideas, determine the project’s scope, goals and frameworks.



Once we have a firm grasp of the project’s settings, our Innovation Lab team discusses its direction and makes staffing and technological decisions.



At this stage we focus on theoretical research, verifying use cases and scientific papers. We try out tools and approaches, and prepare takeaways for the next step.



It’s time to “engineer” the idea. We use continuous agile development and short sprints to manage the project with flexibility and adaptability.



We meet with your team to present the results, takeaways and recommendations. Solution implementation strategies are discussed at this stage.

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R&D: What do you need to know?

What is R and D automotive?

Research and development in the automotive industry focus on innovation helping OEMs, Tier 1 Suppliers, and mobility providers to adopt the latest technologies. Automotive Research and Development teams can leverage domain expertise to prototype and productionize tools that change the automotive world.

What R&D automotive services can I get?

From embedded software through advanced driver assistance systems to autonomous vehicles, many automotive companies develop new solutions that use Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Big Data, and Cloud Services to deliver innovation Automotive R&D teams consist of industry leaders, experienced software engineers, and innovators open to evaluating ideas providing opportunities for automotive software.

What are the best practices for automotive R&D?

To master software development, automotive companies need research regarding software used in the car industry, software architecture, delivering production-grade software, and improving the automotive value chain in general. By understanding customer needs and combining them with technological advancement, researchers provide automotive enterprises with insights allowing for building tailored automotive software solutions.

What business problems can we solve with R&D in automotive?

R&D projects allow your company to verify and productionize ideas that help you tackle various challenges. From supply chain optimization to improving customer experience and increasing sales by delivering new features and services, Research and Development departments are built to find creative ways to solve problems.

How to implement R&D projects?

Implementing R&D projects can be a challenging process, but careful planning, execution, and evaluation can help ensure success. Once the R&D project is completed and tested, develop a production plan that outlines the steps needed to take the solution from the R&D phase to a production environment. The plan should consider production timelines, resources required, potential risks, and contingency plans.