Desay SV Contracted with AutoChips to Bolster China’s Automotive Electronics Chip Industry

Wed. Jun. 24 2020

Recently, Desay SV signed a cooperative agreement with AutoChips Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of NavInfo, for in-depth cooperation in the field of automotive electronics. Under this agreement, the automotive-grade high-performance SoC chipset that was independently designed and recently launched by AutoChips will be applied for a new generation of products of Desay SV, fueling the growth of China’s automotive electronics chip brands.


Desay SV, one of the few leading automotive electronics companies in China whose products supplied to the global market, has been investing in and committed to products and technologies featuring high electrification & integration, especially the trio of smart cockpit, autonomous driving and Intelligent & Connected Vehicle (ICV) services, in a bid to provide its global clients with safe, comfortable, efficient and smart mobility solutions.

The AEC-Q100 Grade 3, high-performance SoC chipset favored by Desay SV that was domestically designed and developed demonstrates AutoChips’ strong capability in independently designing large-scale SoC architectures and automotive-grade chips, and its profound experience in system application and integration.

This collaboration marks a milestone for the two leading domestic brands on the path of boosting the development of China’s automotive electronics chip industry.

As a local brand, Desay SV will join forces with other Chinese chip companies who aspire greater development in the automotive sector and invest in the R&D of domestic chip products to facilitate the growth of chip businesses for automotive electronics,” said Xiong Wenquan, general manager of the Procurement Center of Desay SV.”

Wan Tiejun, vice president of NavInfo and general manager of AutoChips, also noted, “Facing the increasingly grim global situation, only through collective efforts of domestic OEMs and the domestically developed automotive-grade chips can we usher in a brighter future for China’s automotive electronics chip industry.”

The tie-up between the two companies will create more scenarios for the application of domestic automotive electronics, thus propelling the stable growth of domestic chip sector.