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Renault has introduced an open platform for the development of electric vehicles on the basis of the Renault Twizy. The “Platform Open Mind” (POM) consists of a chassis with the bodywork parts removed that can be adapted to individual mobility requirements according to the open-source principle. In addition to the control software, the user can also modify the hardware, i.e. the vehicle itself. This involves removing the bodywork completely. Instead, customers can design and build their own customised bodywork mounted on the electrically driven chassis. The company OSVehicle supports Renault with a network of designers, engineers and developers. The cooperation with the British IT company ARM ensures that the software running on the Twizy electronics can be extended with new applications. These include driving assist functions, modern cockpit architectures, Infotainment applications, the capability for autonomous driving and networking with other vehicles. ARM also guarantees compatibility with mobile devices that are also based on ARM architectures. According to Renault, such devices are found in over 80 % of all Smartphones and Tablets on the market.
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