Seoul, August 1, 2016
EnGIS Technologies, Inc., a leading supplier of software to the automotive industry, announced today its participation in Open Autodrive Forum (OADF).
OADF is the cross-domain platform driving standardizations in the area of autonomous driving. It generates input for standardization and aligns the results towards industry wide acceptance and state-of-the-art solutions.
EnGIS is already a member of Navigation Data Standard (NDS), one of the four consortia to have committed to align their efforts in the domain of autonomous driving. Their aim is to generate a streamlined approach towards a globally applicable eco system of production-ready automotive standards. NDS is a leading world-wide map standard for automotive grade use and a format that EnGIS now supports.
EnGIS actively participates in leading trade organizations and associations such as OADF and NDS so that it can share its considerable knowledge and experience in the areas of navigation, map data and OTA. Such efforts help shape the opportunities of tomorrow and ensure standardization at an industry wide level.
OADF organizes meetings every three months in different continents. Between the meetings, task forces address challenges that have been identified in the meetings. The forum meetings are open to all consortia and individuals that are active in the field of autonomous driving.
For further details on EnGIS’ involvement in OASF and NDS, please contact the EnGIS OADF and NDS expert, Daniel Scott, firstname.lastname@example.org
About EnGIS Technologies, Inc.
EnGIS Technologies, Inc. (KOSDAQ: 208860) is a publicly traded technology company that develops navigation software and Over-The-Air (OTA) software for the automotive and consumer electronics industries. The EnGIS product range, marketed under the brand name of BringGo, includes a host of advanced, next generation navigation features. The EnGIS navigation software is licensed for millions of in-vehicle systems worldwide, supplying some of the world’s largest automotive OEMs and Tier 1 manufacturers. BringGo navigation is available for over 90 countries and in more than 30 languages. Founded in 1998, EnGIS Technologies is headquartered in Seoul, Korea with offices in Europe and North America. Learn more about EnGIS Technologies at www.engistech.com. EnGIS and BringGo are trademarks of EnGIS Technologies, Inc.
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