WHAT WE DO
We take full responsibility for the design and implementation of software in your vehicles
Embedded Software Development
- We create and implement the coding of various components related to vehicles as well as their mobility and communication.
- We develop autonomous steering systems, ADAS systems and electric car components.
- We deliver IVI (in-vehicle infotainment) software – all while implementing HUD (Head Up Display) solutions and software for digital cluster instruments.
- We deliver software for vehicle communication in V2X (vehicle to infrastructure) and V2V (vehicle to vehicle) and for managing communication modules.
- We support our customers in designing solutions for software updates and for any type of backend solutions.
Safety is key in the Automotive industry. As part of our services, we design Functional Safety processes from scratch and analyse those that already exist. We implement the requirements of ISO26262 standard and ensure compliance with ASPICE requirements for both software engineering processes (SWE) and systems engineering processes (SYS).
Process Design and Implementation
Working with embedded systems is our core competency. We design processes for their software development, and we implement these. To provide the adequate quality of embedded software, we use the ASPICE standards during the whole process – starting with requirements analysis through to the qualification tests. Additionally, while developing embedded software, we support our partners in implementing the remaining processes required by ASPICE (MAN – Management Process Group and SUP – Supporting Process Group).
We design and execute software implementation processes using the DevOps approach and as a result we can shorten and improve the whole cycle of creating new systems. We automate all or selected parts of software configuration management and implementation systems. We develop and measure key indicators. We design and implement test as well as developer environments, and that’s why we are fully responsible for the software development life cycle. The environments are created following the ASPICE and Functional Safety standards.
TISAX – in line with Automotive security standards
Safety and security regulations are an integral part of the Automotive industry. Not surprisingly, the continuous digitisation of this sector also drives the need for proper information security management. As an experienced software provider, we take data protection seriously and ensure that we are abreast of all automotive-specific safety standards.
To meet our clients’ needs, we have secured compliance with the TISAX standard at three of our locations: Wroclaw, Krakow, and Zagreb. This certification addresses Cybersecurity requirements and helps us increase transparency and improve data protection standards to ensure the highest quality of our services and products.
Our Automotive team
Watch this short video from our Automotive team who are not only experienced risk management and embedded software experts but also know the technicalities of hardware development in this sector, including lidars and other automotive sensors. They have also been supporting OEMs and Tier 1 companies for the last several years.
Check the scope of our Automotive Safety services and how we could support you in more detail.
We know what counts in Automotive
Meet our expert
Open communication is crucial at every level
At Spyrosoft, I have the pleasure of leading the Automotive Business Unit. I’m passionate about exploring new domains and creating solutions where they may have been overlooked. I’m an advocate of compromise as a constant option and that every issue can be resolved if we keep discussing it. I believe that people are at the core of every project and make it successful. I spent my free time riding a bike and tinkering with my cars.
Read the success stories of our clients
Project FOTA: a seamless approach to security
With vehicles becoming more connected through the internet, wireless networks, and communication protocols, carmakers, suppliers, and other automotive industry stakeholders must prioritise cybersecurity throughout a vehicle’s entire lifecycle. To meet these needs, we established a unified approach that merges all the critical safety and security requirements. The process was designed based on our internal FOTA project to achieve a framework for implementing cybersecurity work products that can be reused for other clients with minimal modifications.
Hazard analysis and risk assessment in automotive
Our client, a global Tier 1 company specialising in providing complete systems and sub-systems for the automotive industry, aimed to develop systems for an autonomous bus classified as level 5. Spyrosoft’s role included creating a hazard analysis with risk assessment (HARA). Regular meetings with the client led to the establishment of safety goals and violation scenarios, along with safety mechanisms to mitigate risk.
Roborace: in search of the car of the future
Roborace is the first company in the world that organises autonomous car competition. They chose Spyrosoft as their technical partner to support them in further project development. Spyrosoft’s primary task involved refactoring the Roborace code into smaller, more manageable components. Additionally, Spyrosoft was responsible for designing and preparing cross-compilation, enabling the system to adapt to any device. The team also worked on implementing continuous integration (CI) to facilitate the Roborace team’s work on their database.
Prototyping the engine of the future
Our global automotive partner specialises in internal combustion engine components. As they adapt to evolving industry demands for sustainability and hybrid engines, they aim to design a solution that combines features from both internal combustion and electrical engines. The team at Spyrosoft was responsible for providing technological support, including software development and sharing domain knowledge about the sector and industry standards.