Applied EV selects Siemens software to help develop autonomous vehicle systems








Siemens Australia says it is working with Applied EV to continue work on autonomous vehicle systems








From left to right: Julian Broadbent – Co-Founder and CEO, Applied EV, Samantha Murray – Vice President and General Manager Australia and New Zealand, Siemens Digital Industries Software, Peter Halliday – CEO, Siemens Australia and New Zealand

Australian technology company Applied EV, specializing in digital control systems for autonomous vehicles, uses Siemens high-tech industrial software systems to support the design, quality assurance and construction of its next-generation autonomous vehicles.

Siemens cloud-based teamcenter® X Software for Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), was recently made available in Australia on regional Amazon Web Services (AWS) servers and is a reliable tool for product design and quality workflows. Applied EV products to reduce costs and reduce time to market. .

This announcement follows Applied EV’s recent success in testing a cabless autonomous utility vehicle on European streets and the announcement of its long-term alliance with global OEM Suzuki Motors.

Julian Broadbent, co-founder and CEO of Applied EV, says the collaboration with global tech giant Siemens is strategic to advancing the company’s long-term vision.

“The demand for fully autonomous vehicles and technologies is growing exponentially. Siemens new cloud-based PLM platform will help us meet this demand, giving us better change management and better quality. increase the correct early releases of hardware and software, streamlining the company’s integrated approach to engineering,” says Broadbent.

Samantha Murray, Vice President and General Manager of Siemens Digital Industries Software Australia and New Zealand, says Siemens is committed to empowering innovative companies like Applied EV to drive sustainable growth and transform their industries.

“Applied EV is a true Australian success story from a company at the forefront of innovative design, data and manufacturing. They are at the forefront of autonomous commercial technology that can be applied to any vehicle or system in multiple sectors,” Murray said.


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“We are proud to work with Applied EV because we share a common goal of using software to innovate and challenge the status quo.”

Applied EV’s flagship product, the Digital Backbone (DBB) is a software-based control system specifically designed for electrical and stand-alone applications.

The DBB advances the digital capabilities of electric vehicles, reducing hardware complexity and manufacturing costs to optimize the deployment of autonomous driving technology and support the next generation of fully software-defined vehicle architectures.

It is carefully designed to comply with the highest security ratings, making it an ideal solution for Level 4/5 standalone applications.



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