On December 2, 2021, TUV Rheinland Greater China (hereinafter referred to as “TUV Rheinland”) and China National Automobile (Beijing) Intelligent Connected Vehicle Research Institute Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “China Automotive Intelligent Alliance”) signed a strategic cooperation agreement in Beijing , The two parties will use their respective testing capabilities and influence in the field of intelligent networked vehicles to jointly build a leading domestic and internationally first-class integrated test base for intelligent networked vehicles, in-depth development of vehicle-road collaboration key technologies and safety evaluation systems for related products, and The test scenario evaluation method promotes the establishment of a standard system for automotive intelligent networking, and provides solid support for the high-quality development of China’s automotive industry. Representatives of both parties including Zheng Jihu, executive general manager of China National Automobile Zhilian, Huang Yuxin, vice president of transportation services for TUV Rheinland Greater China, attended the signing ceremony.
TUV Rheinland and China National Automobile Zhilian reached a strategic cooperation to build a comprehensive test base for intelligent and connected vehicles
In recent years, intelligent networked vehicles have become one of the main directions for the transformation and development of the automotive industry. According to CCID Consulting’s analysis, with the advancement of intelligent networked technology, product iterative upgrades and the gradual increase in penetration rate, the scale of the intelligent networked vehicle industry will continue Increase, by 2023, the scale of China’s intelligent networked automobile industry will be close to 900 billion yuan. Undoubtedly, intelligent connected cars will become the focus of future competition in the automotive industry.
According to the agreement, the two parties will carry out research on test standards and test methods for intelligent networked vehicles, development of test supply chains, and joint operation of experimental centers equipped with advanced testing technologies such as simulation, information security attack and defense, and V2X, so as to improve both parties’ Comprehensive testing capabilities in the field of automotive intelligent networking, jointly exploring new technical standards, policies and regulations, scenario applications and new models of industrial development.
Zheng Jihu, executive general manager of China National Automobile Zhilian, delivered a speech
Zheng Jihu said in his speech: “As the National Intelligent Connected Vehicle Innovation Center, China National Automobile Smart Alliance has always acted as the core think tank of the national intelligent connected vehicle innovation strategy, breaking through key common technologies, building new infrastructure, building innovative service platforms, and nurturing High-end professionals continue to lead the development of the industry. China National Automobile Zhilian and TUV Rheinland will establish a joint working group to continuously strengthen and deepen the cooperation and innovation of autonomous driving test and verification in different application scenarios, and help improve China’s intelligent networked vehicles and related industries. Position in the global value chain.”
Huang Yuxin, Vice President of Transportation Services of TUV Rheinland Greater China, delivers a speech
Huang Yuxin said: “I am very pleased to establish a strategic partnership with China National Automobile Intelligence Unit. TUV Rheinland will rely on its own international practical experience in the field of intelligent networked vehicles. Enhance the testing service capabilities of intelligent and connected vehicles, and play a role in the formulation of regulations and commercial services to serve the Chinese automobile industry.”
TUV Rheinland has more than one hundred years of rich experience in the field of automotive testing and certification. For the field of intelligent interconnected transportation, TUV Rheinland can not only provide functional safety, network security, introduction of target market laws and regulations, research and interpretation, complete vehicles and automobiles involved in the product development stage. Services such as component product testing and certification, in-vehicle wireless communication product testing and certification, etc., can also provide services including domestic and foreign self-driving vehicle safety assessment, automatic driving exemption approval in the European Union, self-driving site safety assessment, independent verification and confirmation of intelligent transportation systems, etc. The comprehensive solutions included are committed to promoting the safe and high-level development of intelligent networked vehicles.