Eclipse Autowrx

Eclipse Autowrx is the open source implementation of (, an industry-wide initiative enabling the automotive industry to establish a new, digital-first approach for the creation of next-generation customer experiences and data-driven mobility services. Designed as an open ecosystem with a very use-case-centric approach, is bringing together automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), suppliers and partners to drive transformation of the industry. The global initiative builds on two key pillars of automotive technology development: the software-defined vehicle (SDV) and standardized vehicle APIs. Eclipse Autowrx aims to combine existing standards with appropriate methods and best practices to translate technology into business value. Co-initiators include Robert Bosch GmbH as well as software companies Dassault Systèmes and LeanIX. The initiative is hosted by Heilbronn-based Ferdinand-Steinbeis-Institut (FSTI) as a neutral, non-profit facilitator and was launched in November 2022.

The ultimate goal of Eclipse Autowrx is to support digital value creation for OEMs in close alignment with the development of the physical elements of the vehicle.

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