eSync Alliance Program
A Multi-Company Initiative for OTA Updates and Diagnostics
WHAT IS THE eSync ALLIANCE?
An initiative throughout the automotive electronics ecosystem
The eSync Alliance creates a high-confidence multi-vendor path to creating end-to-end secure OTA
and data services for the connected car through a global network of co-operating suppliers
THE eSync SYSTEM
A Common Architecture and APIs for Cloud-to-End-Device Data-Push and Data-Pull
Protecting safety and privacy with end-to-end cybersecurity
Retrieving and managing
Updating and fine tuning software in any number of end-devices
Releasing final builds to cars at transit and dealer locations
Building secure and reliable OTA and diagnostics: a non-trivial exercise
Maximum value: one system to reach all devices in the vehicle
The eSync Alliance includes the following three components
Member companies provide eSync Compliant products or services, and work with other members to support OEM integration efforts
Defines the architecture, APIs, minimum common feature set, and criteria for a product to use the eSync Compliant mark
Indicates when a product has met all the requirements of the eSync Compliance Program
The eSync Alliance allows all companies in the automotive value chain to beneﬁt from OTA, even if they’ve not acquired an OTA vendor or created an in-house solution
Simplifies OTA deployments by defining and standardizing features and APIs for OTA updates and diagnostics
Seamlessly crosses boundaries of all in-vehicle networks to reach any eSync Compliant module (TCU, ECU, IVI, ADAS, etc)
Covers cloud-to-car connectivity, vehicle gateways, data management, and middleware with end-to-end cybersecurity
• Seamless and secure end-to-end solution
• Accelerated integration timelines
• Faster time-to-market
• Reduced risk
• Multi-vendor support
• Path to proven OTA and diagnostics capabilities
• Simplified development
• Reduced integration time
• Streamlined delivery
• Greater value to OEM
RECENT NEWS / ARTICLES
eSync Alliance and Autoware Foundation join forces to accelerate autonomous vehicle software deployment
Silicon Valley, CA, Nov 8, 2021 – The eSync™ Alliance and the Autoware Foundation have formed a joint work group to explore how over-the-air (OTA) updates and data gathering can be optimally integrated into the software stack for the next generation of autonomous...
New development tool facilitates integration of edge devices into a standardized OTA platform Fremont, Calif., August 3, 2021 – The eSync Alliance announces the launch of its eSync Agent SDK, a new Software Development Kit (SDK) for the eSync Over-The-Air (OTA)...
Suzuki, Subaru, Daihatsu, Toyota and Mazda announced they are standardizing how vehicles communicate with the cloud.
We welcome the news that five major Japanese automakers are working together on communications to connected cars. Suzuki, Subaru, Daihatsu, Toyota and Mazda announced they’re standardizing how vehicles communicate with the cloud, to improve safety and make connected...
Mike Gardner interviews Steffen Herz, HELLA, Head of the Technical Working Group on the eSync specification V2.0
The first version of the eSync OTA specification was initially developed by the five founding members of the alliance, AlpsAlpine, Excelfore, HELLA, Molex, and ZF. Following its release, interest and membership in the alliance and its mission increased substantially....
Global technology company joins the industry-wide OTA platform initiative Silicon Valley, CA, June 7, 2021 – The eSync Alliance announces that Aptiv has become its latest member, joining existing Alliance members to build an industry-wide bi-directional...