Immediately after the appointment of Ogi Redzicha responsible for global alliance initiative to develop a modern online technologies, Renault-Nissan has announced plans to release more than ten independently managed models by 2020. To accomplish this ambitious task, the Franco-Japanese alliance started a company to attract about 300 new technicians.
A team of 40 consultants and software developers of Sylpheo just be working on a new generation of Renault-Nissan «UAVs."
"They will play a crucial role in this new era of great change for the global automotive industry. Acquisition Sylpheo is just one of many steps that Renault-Nissan Alliance has taken to ensure its continued leadership in the automotive industry ", – said a top manager Ogi Redzich.
Recall that recently, Nissan has announced its own technology ProPILOT autonomous control. While the system is being tested in different parts of Japan, and for the first time will be shown on ProPILOT The Serena minivan, which goes on sale in the local market in August this year.