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Luca de Ambroggi

Senior Principal Analyst-Automotive Electronics Ecosystem

Luca deals with the impact that transformative technologies and new E/E architectures are having in the industry, disrupting and reshaping the complete automotive supply chain.

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Increasing Entropy in the Sector of Automotive Software

Across the entire automotive supply chain, software-defined vehicles appear to be following a clear path to future-proof architectures; as a consequence, the standardization of software platforms has become strategically important.

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Quality, Reliability and Safety in Automotive - Part 2

Extended lifetime and new use cases for electric and autonomous vehicles create new challenges in achieving adequate quality, reliability and safety.

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Quality, Reliability and Safety in Automotive

Extended lifetime and new use cases for electric and autonomous vehicles create new challenges to achieve adequate quality, reliability and safety levels.

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Partnership and Collaboration in Era of Software-Defined Vehicles

As automakers move faster than expected toward software-defined vehicles, top-tier suppliers are reshaping their organizations and product-development strategies to meet market demands.

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Need for and Impact of New Automotive E/E Architectures

Several factors are disrupting the automotive supply chain and forcing OEMs to rethink the entire in-vehicle architecture, development and manufacturing processes.

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Drivers, Nuances of the Automotive Semiconductor Shortage

Between Q2 and Q3 2020, vehicle sales returned to a pre-COVID pace. Nonetheless, at the bottom of the supply chain, semiconductor suppliers were unable to keep pace with the abrupt and unexpected change in demand.

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