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Deep-dive research into the market trends and emerging technologies driving change in the automotive industry featuring competitive analysis of OEM strategies, supplier profiles, trend forecasts, industry surveys, executive interviews, and the expertise of our analysts, researchers and journalists.
Electrification and autonomy are transforming vehicle cabins, but not as fast as thought during the heady days of 2015. This special report looks at what's likely in the transformation of vehicle cockpits over the next few years and how safety considerations are helping to drive design.
Cutting through the AV hype to discover why it is taking so long. Technical challenges, high hardware costs, edge cases and lagging regulations are slowing development.
The world’s No.1 automaker by volume lays out why it thinks BEVs aren’t ready for primetime just yet.
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.
Laszlo Kishonti sees a potential opening for AImotive as non-traditional players look to enter the battery-electric market. In order to move quickly and be competitive, they’ll need to rely on companies like his for advanced technology, he believes.
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.
Vehicle occupant safety and comfort are evolving as the cabin is redesigned to accommodate advanced driver assistance features, autonomous driving and vehicle electrification. This report looks at key players in the market and their efforts to keep up with new technological needs and new crash safety rules and zero-fatality goals.
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