Ansys Korea and TUV Rheinland Korea will co-research technology validation of electric vehicles (EV) and autonomous cars, the companies said.
The two companies signed the co-research and technology sharing agreement on Wednesday.
They will collaborate to provide an environment for EV and autonomous cars to be developed that meet global standards as well as develop methods to validate EV and autonomous car safety.
The two will also co-develop a simulation-based validation method for use in the development and production of the cars, they said.
Ansys will provide technology education in EV and autonomous cars while TUV will provide safety consulting education. The two will jointly provide technological support for a client once every quarter.