Micro Focus renewed its partnership with Jaguar TCS Racing to provide software and services in support of the latter’s pursuit for more points, podiums and wins in Season 9 of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, touted as the first net-zero carbon sport.
The partnership with Jaguar TCS Racing demonstrates Micro Focus’ commitment to innovation by contributing to the creation of sustainable technology, as competing in Formula E provides a real-world platform for the development of new technologies and capabilities on the racetrack.
Micro Focus software and Professional Services support Jaguar TCS Racing in improving car performance for races with the larger goal of developing more sustainable mobility solutions.
Through the leveraging of Vertica’s real-time analytics and machine learning capabilities, as well as Micro Focus IDOL’s AI-powered unstructured data analytics, the Micro Focus partnership with Jaguar TCS Racing aims to improve upon their successes and push the boundaries of competition and innovation in Formula E.
“We’ve made huge progress in the last two years with Micro Focus, so we are delighted to now be continuing the journey with their support and expertise as we collectively fight for the title of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship in Season 9,” said James Barclay, team principal of Jaguar TCS Racing.
“Our partnership with Micro Focus allows us to integrate their world-class software services, such as Vertica and IDOL, to gain critical data analysis. This helps to make accurate predictions, quicker and better decisions, and ultimately drive better performance and results,” said Barclay.
As part of the partnership, Micro Focus’ software and services will help Jaguar TCS Racing push the boundaries and develop sustainable, electric mobility technology.
“Achieving our sustainability goals will take a team effort, and everyone is involved, which makes our technical and analytics partnership with Jaguar TCS Racing that much more important as both companies focus on working in the most efficient way possible,” said Sarah Atkinson, director of ESG at Micro Focus.