The Populus Suite works with a wide variety of displays and applications in the automotive industry. Currently, there is a large number of vehicles manufactured by leading U.S. and Scandinavian OEMs, which feature HMIs developed using Mecel Populus Suite. The suite has been used to produce the cluster HMIs for more than 7 million produced vehicles.
“Mecel Populus Suite is one of the products with proven success on the market - many perceive them as leaders in creating robust automotive HMIs. We see this acquisition as a natural fit to augment our existing comprehensive offering for OEMs and their suppliers,” said
Mecel Populus minimizes the time and cost of producing full-featured HMI’s and enables efficient software lifecycle management. Populus is built on a Database Driven Human Machine Interface concept that does not require traditional time-consuming coding. The interface is synchronized with the database and automatically incorporates the changes made to the source data within that database. This allows the engineers to quickly create a new interface and immediately visualize the updated look in a vehicle reflecting the new inputs.
“Automotive HMI has come to the forefront of the battleground of car OEM differentiation of the connected car user experience. As the pace of innovation continues to increase, the automotive industry is scrambling to catch up with consumer electronics,” said Luxoft’s VP of Technology Strategy Vasiliy Suvorov. “We are committed to providing quality software development services designed to help the automotive OEMs and close that gap. The newly acquired Mecel Populus Suite is perfect for developing attractive, efficient car HMIs that are safe and reliable, while reducing the development time and costs.”
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