Quest Global, one of the world’s leading engineering services firms, has become the latest member of the eSync Alliance.
As a ‘trusted partner for global automotive OEMs’ in the realm of digital transformation and software-defined vehicles (SDVs), Quest Global is distinguished in its ability to collaborate with industry giants, leveraging advanced domain expertise in the automotive sector. Their proficiency spans electronics, software, digital technologies, and mechanical engineering. As the sector continues to evolve, Quest Global is propelling advancements in vehicle infotainment, connectivity and IoT for leading automotive OEMs, focusing on autonomous vehicles for urban landscapes.
The company actively supports OEMs on their journey to electrification, bolstering advancements in battery technology and the crucial charging infrastructure. Additionally, their innovative work is pivoting towards cars dominated by software, a reflection of their commitment to technological integration and digital transformation.
By 2025, it is projected that 95% of newly sold vehicles will be equipped with connectivity features, marking a seismic shift in the automotive landscape. This transition from traditional to connected vehicles necessitates a coordinated effort to standardize over-the-air (OTA) practices, ensuring seamless integration and compatibility. Quest Global firmly believes that collaborative problem-solving and open standard solutions are the key to addressing the multifaceted challenges of software-defined vehicle adoption. The strategic partnership between Quest Global and the eSync Alliance underscores its commitment to driving innovation, security, and standardized solutions for the future of connected vehicles.
Mike Gardner, Executive Director of the eSync Alliance, said: “Though it’s an important factor, welcoming new members from across the various subsectors of the vehicle supply chain is not the only element we require for growth. To achieve our goal of OTA standardization, we need to be recognized in the major automotive markets globally. The addition of Quest Global, based in Singapore, is further enhancing our presence in the Asia Pacific region and will help us to share our technology amongst suppliers and OEMs in those important vehicle producing countries. We look forward to working in partnership with the Quest Global team in the months to come.”
Robert Harvey, President & Global Business Head for Automotive at Quest Global, said, “We are excited to partner with eSync Alliance as a trusted partner for major OEMs and Tier 1s in digital transformation and SDVs. We have integrated eSync-powered solutions into our digital cockpit reference solution, which we showcased to many of our clients at CES 2024.”
To find out more about the power of eSync, visit: www.esyncalliance.org