RemotiveLabs and Profilence have announced a partnership to integrate user behavior with vehicle signal analysis into infotainment quality assurance. This collaboration aims to improve the testing processes for automotive infotainment systems by simulating real-world user interactions more effectively.

The combination of technologies offers a new method for infotainment quality testing. This approach is designed to provide OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) and Tier 1 suppliers with enhanced tools for early testing of infotainment systems, using only hardware test rigs before full fleet trials are feasible.

The joint solution was initially presented at the COVESA All Members Meeting in Gothenburg in April 2024, featuring early adoption by P3 for their SPARQ OS platform, which is based on Android Automotive OS.

“This integration demonstrates how OEMs can ensure their In-Vehicle Infotainment systems are developed with high-quality technology, enabling faster and more confident product launches.”

says Marius Mailat, CTO & Managing Director of P3 digital services

The collaboration aims to address challenges in replicating the intricate interactions between user behavior and vehicle mechanics, which have historically hindered the development process. By merging Profilence’s analytical capabilities with RemotiveLabs’ vehicle data integration, the partnership offers a more comprehensive method for analyzing infotainment system performance.

“Our joint solution simplifies the use of real vehicle data in system testing, which supports automated, end-to-end testing processes that are scalable.”

says Aleksandar Filipov, CTO of RemotiveLabs

This partnership not only aims to streamline the testing of infotainment systems but also seeks to enable manufacturers to conduct comprehensive quality assessments earlier in the development cycle. Such advancements could significantly impact the automotive industry’s ability to deliver high-quality, reliable infotainment systems.