Empowering the
automotive industry to
build Software-Defined
Vehicles




We provide automotive consulting and software development for vehicle manufacturers, mobility providers, and Tier1 suppliers.




Grape Up’s expertise landscape in building automotive software



Connected Car


Creating software and architectures that allow for seamless connectivity by leveraging connected car concepts.


Connectivity  Vehicle Twin  SDV Architectures Consulting  Vehicle2Cloud API's  Configurable Remote Commands 



Connectivity  Vehicle Twin  SDV Architectures Consulting  Vehicle2Cloud API's  Configurable Remote Commands 

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Digital Services


Delivering digital services through OEM and mobility provider solutions to enhance customer lifetime value.


Remote Services  Payment Integration  Features on Demand  Omni-channel personalization 



Remote Services  Payment Integration  Features on Demand  Omni-channel personalization 

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Shared Mobility


Enabling new revenue streams through developing Mobility as a Service and Sharing Economy software products.


3rd party integration  Telematics Platforms  FMS Customization  Fleet Management Operations 



3rd party integration  Telematics Platforms  FMS Customization  Fleet Management Operations 

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AI & Advanced Analytics


Building cloud infrastructures for 
cost-efficient, resilient, safe, 
high-quality, and scalable automotive software development.


Energy consumption and EV analysis  Vehicle Data Analysis  Predictive Manintenance  Behavioural Analysis  Data Platforms  Generative AI 



Energy consumption and EV analysis  Vehicle Data Analysis  Predictive Manintenance  Behavioural Analysis  Data Platforms  Generative AI 

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Smart Cockpit and Onboard


Designing AI-enhanced custom infotainment and advanced onboard solutions for an interactive driving experience.


AAOS  In-vehicle infotainment (onboard/offboard)  Driver Convenience Applications  Voice-control Applications 



AAOS  In-vehicle infotainment (onboard/offboard)  Driver Convenience Applications  Voice-control Applications 

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Generative AI


Leveraging generative AI to transform business operations and elevate the customer experience, fostering growth and operational excellence.


Chatbots & Voice Assistants  Knowledge Hub  Operational Support  Software Development 



Chatbots & Voice Assistants  Knowledge Hub  Operational Support  Software Development 

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What do you need to know about SDV and automotive software development


What is a software-defined vehicle?

A software-defined vehicle is any vehicle that manages its operations, adds functionalities, and enables new features primarily or entirely through software. These vehicles have a very sophisticated architecture, where the domains or central computes are running on high-power computers, which are capable of processing large amounts of data or robust AI-base and machine learning algorithms. They also have the computing power and memory overhead to receive new functionalities and updates during the lifecycle of the vehicle. All the vehicle functions are connected to each other and to the cloud. The system understands what is happening in the cabin and its surroundings, but also in the environment and the cloud, and it can react to the events. Moreover, the systems can be updated remotely by OEMs.


What technologies does an SDV use?

Software-defined vehicles use cloud platforms, IoT, edge computing, Big Data, AI, Machine learning, data streaming platforms, and many technologies enabling automotive companies to deliver high-quality software. Every software-defined car needs connected car architecture, vehicle-to-cloud API, Vehicle Shadow, remote services, operating systems, payment integration systems, e-commerce, and telematics platforms.


What does an automotive software company do?

Automotive enterprises transforming towards software-first organizations often collaborate with companies specializing in technology consulting and building software. These companies often translate the best practices in developing software for other industries into the automotive market. An automotive software development company can support OEMs and mobility providers at every level, starting with SDV architecture consulting, through building connected car solutions, to delivering aftersales services.


What automotive software development services can I get?

Companies providing software development services for the automotive industry ensure various services. These companies often work on connectivity solutions, OTA upgrade features, implementing the Digital Twin concept, and building all digital services needed to enable e-commerce services for OEMs.


What does the automotive software development process look like?

An efficient process of software development needs to be designed to meet business goals and correspond with company culture. However, every company aiming to deliver high-quality software should focus on a few phases: defining goals, planning, research, building a team, testing, evaluating, and productionizing.