The Volkswagen Group’s supervisory board wants the company to set more ambitious plans for its software division.

Individuals knowledgeable in this case believe that VW Management’s plans regarding Cariad carmaker’s software vision have been inadequate, and the supervisory board expects to receive an update before the summer holidays.

Volkswagen says its ambitions for Cariad are central to its push for autonomous vehicles and describes it as “the most ambitious project of our entire industry to use the most relevant income funds in the future”.

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Cariad was established as an independent automotive software company within the Volkswagen Group. VW says the company is developing advanced technology for the automotive industry, and currently employs about 5,000 engineers and developers.

They are currently working to create a single platform and technology platform for all Volkswagen Group brands, including a single operating system, unified E / E architecture and automotive cloud. Cariad is also developing digital functions for vehicles that include ADAS, highly automated control functions, a standardized infotainment platform, software functions for connecting power units, and chassis and charging technology.

Auto news reports that problems at Cariad have caused delays in production from the carmaker. VW boss Herbert Dis is in charge of the unit in the group’s leadership.

While Cariad has mainly focused on developing systems for VW Group vehicles based on MEB, the company is also working on a software and technology platform for Premium Electric Platform (PPE) Architecture. for use with different Audi and Porsche models.

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