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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The software revolution in the automotive industry not only is impacting the vehicle itself, but also is triggering a chain reaction that resonates back to the OEMs, significantly affecting their operating processes and future strategies.
As we mentioned in a previous article, Increasing-Entropy-in-the-Sector-of-Automotive-Software, the trends around the software-defined vehicle and centralization of electronics hardware components come from the automotive industry’s need to adjust to new applications and the requirements for cloud-connected cars.
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.
Extended lifetime and new use cases for electric and autonomous vehicles create new challenges in achieving adequate quality, reliability and safety.
Extended lifetime and new use cases for electric and autonomous vehicles create new challenges to achieve adequate quality, reliability and safety levels.
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.