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November 26 - CO2 legislation - Industry Activity - Infrastructure - Mobility concept preferences - Mobility planning - Technology - Africa - China - Europe - Global

Hydrogen transportation – The key to unlocking the clean hydrogen economy

So far, investments in hydrogen focus on hydrogen production and applications. But getting hydrogen from global production sites to end users at the lowest possible cost is key to the success of the clean economy. Read More
by Roland Berger
November 22 - Automotive products (Level 4+) - Autonomous vehicle - Computing power - Autonomous vehicle preference - Digitized culture preference - Industry Activity - Patent activities - R&D intensity - Autonomous driving - Vehicle-2-vehicle communication - China - Europe - North America - USA

5G – The New Gold Standard?

High-quality data that will allow for the establishment of lucrative business models in the field of mobility are becoming increasingly important within the automotive industry. But the demand for data by the systems integrated into vehicles is presenting an unprecedented challenge for the infrastructure. All the industry’s hopes are pinned on efficient data transfer solutions. […] Read More
by Springer Fachmedien
November 02 - CO2 legislation - EV preference - EV/PHEV sales - Industry Activity - Regulation - Restrictions for ICEs - Europe - France - Germany - UK - USA

A like for like comparison between automakers on their carbon emissions

The automotive sector has a crucial role to play in advancing the transition to a low carbon economy. Carbometrix tracks this transition and has computed the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and carbon performance of the 48 largest global auto manufacturers worldwide, representing 99% of passenger cars sales. There are massive differences between automotive manufacturers. Read […] Read More
by carbometrix
October 29 - Automotive products (Level 4+) - Autonomous vehicle - Computing power - Autonomous vehicle preference - Digitized culture preference - Industry Activity - R&D intensity - Autonomous driving - Technology - Vehicle-2-vehicle communication - China - Europe - Germany - Global - USA

How new growth comes out of innovation and disruption

The current global crisis in the supply of automotive semiconductors is disrupting or slowing down worldwide automotive production and affecting both OEMs and automotive suppliers. suppliers must set up a crisis team to manage the bottlenecks and stabilize supplies for the coming months. Read More
by Roland Berger
October 08 - Autonomous vehicle - Computing power - Digitized culture preference - Industry Activity - Technology - Venture Capital Invest - Mobility - Germany - Global

How the Automotive Industry can learn from digitally-born Software Companies

Software is a key business-driver for every industry and tailor-made software is the basis for competitive advantages. The ability to run a software factory on highest level of excellence decides about business success. Can Automotive learn from digitally-born Software Companies? Isn’t the “Netflix software” totally different to the hardware-constrained software in car? Read More
by Other
October 07 - Digitized culture preference - Industry Activity - Technology - Germany - Global

Software Architecture for safety critical brake and steering systems

OEMs are moving to a function-defined software architecture with a independent hardware structure, software driven innovations and functions on demand. But what about time critical and safety features? In this presentation from ZF the effect of these trends on braking and steering systems is examined. Read More
by Other
October 06 - Battery cost - EVs - CO2 legislation - EV portfolio - EV preference - EV/PHEV sales - Industry Activity - Restrictions for ICEs - Technology

Batteries or Fuel Cells – How to stay competitive in a world of Zero-Emission Vehicles

Climate change and government policies require decarbonization - hydrogen and battery technologies are prerequisites and drivers for the transformation. Read about how to stay competitive in a world of Zero-Emission Vehicles in this article. Read More
by Roland Berger
October 06 - Automotive products (Level 4+) - Autonomous vehicle - Computing power - Industry Activity - Patent activities - R&D intensity - Autonomous driving - Technology - Vehicle-2-vehicle communication - Germany - Global

Architecture Transformation towards IoT Ecosystems

The complexity & functional growth with current vehicle architectures reaches its limits. Instead of patchwork architectures with more than 100 ECUs a function-defined architecture with a few High-Performance Computers is necessary. Read about the Continental Automotive Edge Framework and a Data Driven Development for new vehicle architectures. Read More
by Other
October 05 - Autonomous vehicle - Computing power - Digitized culture preference - Industry Activity - Patent activities - R&D intensity - Autonomous driving - Technology - Vehicle-2-vehicle communication - Venture Capital Invest - Artificial Intelligence - Venture Capital Invest - Mobility - Germany - Global

Software-defined vehicle: Open Eco-System for Automotive Software

Consumer expectations in the automotive industry have changed dramatically by shifting from hardware to software features. This requires a software-defined vehicle approach which accelerates the innovation cycle and reduces complexity along the whole operational model and across multiple devices. Read More
by Other
October 04 - Automotive association activities - Automotive products (Level 4+) - Autonomous vehicle - Computing power - Industry Activity - Mobile network - 5G coverage - Multi modal mobility - Patent activities - R&D intensity - Autonomous driving - Vehicle-2-vehicle communication - Germany

Automotive Software Factory

With higher software and feature demand in vehicles, requirements for OEMs in SW-development have increased. OEMs are implementing new E/E architectures to address increasing software and feature requirements. For a successful transformation towards a SW-enabled company, OEMs and tier-1s need to undertake major changes within their organization. Read More
by Roland Berger
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