Scuderia Ferrari pens down an association with DXC Technology

DXC, in collaboration with Scuderia Ferrari, will combine the most advanced proven F1 technology with the most advanced human-machine interfaces.

The Formula 1 team, Scuderia Ferrari has announced a partnership with a leading Fortune 500 global technology services company, DXC Technology. The agreement calls for the development of innovative vehicle technology methods to improve performance and driving experience.

DXC combines customised, end-to-end technologies to deliver engineering solutions that fuel the automobile industry. DXC is collaborating with Ferrari to develop integrated and extensible digital automotive solutions that will modernise vehicle information capabilities. This will allow for a long-term software plan to be implemented in Ferrari sports cars beginning in 2024.

DXC, in collaboration with Scuderia Ferrari, will combine the most advanced proven Formula 1 technology with the most advanced human-machine interfaces (HMI). Furthermore, beginning May 5 with the Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix 2023, DXC’s logo will be featured on the outer halo of the Scuderia Ferrari Formula 1 cars, alongside the driver race suit, helmet, and other supplies.

Michael Corcoran, Global Lead, DXC Analytics & Engineering, commented, ‚ÄúWe have been working with Ferrari for several years on their essential infrastructure, and we are proud to move to a partnership that includes guiding them to their technology future. We are committed to innovating technology that transforms the vehicle information capabilities and enhances the driving experience for all.‚ÄĚ

DXC reckoned that with the shift to software-defined vehicles, automotive software development is becoming increasingly crucial since it enhances the in-car experience and links the driver to the automobile manufacturer. DXC is collaborating with Scuderia Ferrari because of its reputation as the most successful racing team in Formula 1 history, as well as its commitment to ongoing innovation.

Lorenzo Giorgetti, Chief Racing Revenue Officer at Ferrari, said, “We are delighted to start this partnership with DXC Technology, a company that already provides ICT infrastructures and human machine interfaces for Ferrari‚Äôs critical systems and with which we will explore further software asset management solutions in the future. With DXC we share values such as business expertise, the search for continuous innovation and dedication to excellence. We look forward to developing this partnership in the years ahead.‚ÄĚ

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