Within the automotive space, our services are targeted at the MBD (Model Based Development), AUTOSAR, Telematics, and infotainment system domains.

We also have extensive experience working on Bluetooth integration, on-board diagnostics, CAN/MOST interfaces, and HMI development. Having developed customized HMI’s for both PC and hand-held based terminals, Inspirisys Japan has the right expertise on popular processors for this market from free scale, NXP, Infineon, Microchip, and Hitachi Series. Additionally, our team has also equipped with multiple Operating Systems, such as Windows CE, different flavours of Linux, PSoS, ITRON, and QNX RTOS.

Inspirisys Japan has developed a unique value proposition for onboard diagnostics in the automotive market, which is a proven prototype working on cars for a display of onboard diagnostics (OBD) data on handheld devices like mobiles, PDAs, Tablets, etc. Our expertise of working on different networking protocols has enabled us to come up with our own USB stack to interface with OBD standards for translating and displaying the OBD information to the developed HMI. The prototype illustrates our in-depth knowledge of vehicle diagnostics standards, in-vehicle networking protocols, cost-effective Hardware design, and HMI development. We follow the MISRA C coding guidelines for programming.

We have also developed a Universal Telematics Platform that offers a wide array of connectivity options in hardware and software for quick prototyping of cutting edge telematics applications. We have developed a bridge and firmware, which efficiently converts the USB packets to RS-432 format, which is highly desirable for vehicle modules. We have competence in developing, hands-free systems and GUI control unit for automobiles. Our expertise enables us to provide superior product design services in telematics. With profound knowledge in custom product design and development, product automation testing, we have worked with leading automotive and transportation companies in delivering superior service.