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