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March 09 - Autonomous vehicle preference - Customer curiosity - Customer interest - EV preference - Industry Activity - Europe - Global - North America - USA

Managing volatility: the race to conquer an uncertain future in the CV industry

Megatrend development is enacting a profound change on the commercial vehicle sector, writes Roland Berger’s Wilfried Aulbur, Walter Rentzsch, Frank Pietras and Wenbo Yuan. Read this article to understand whether OEMs or startups are best positioned to navigate today’s volatile future. Read More
by Automotive World
January 14 - Customer interest - Mobility behaviour - Mobility concept preferences - Mobility planning - Technology - Venture Capital Invest - Mobility - Global

Advanced Air Mobility – from science fiction to reality

We expect the first commercial operations by 2025 and also a rapid growth of the market in the upcoming years. But what opportunities and risks does Advanced Air Mobility entail for investors? What will it take to commercialize Advanced Air Mobility flights? Read More
by Roland Berger
December 13 - Automotive products (Level 4+) - Autonomous vehicle - Computing power - Autonomous vehicle preference - Customer curiosity - Customer interest - Mobility behaviour - R&D intensity - Autonomous driving - Asia-Pacific - Canada - Europe - Germany - Global - North America - USA

ADR Survey Insights: Customer View on AV

58% of people think Level 4/5 vehicles will be on the roads by 2030 but 73% think their country is not preparing well enough for autonomous driving. Find out why people think so and how many people would be ready to drive in an autonomous vehicle. Read More
by Roland Berger
December 06 - Customer curiosity - Customer interest - Mobility behaviour - Mobility concept preferences - Mobility planning - Multi modal mobility - Africa - Asia-Pacific - Europe - Global - North America - South America

The future of long-distance mobility: How Covid-19 has disrupted the future of long-distance mobility

Although demand for private travel noticeably increased in 2021, customers from Europe, China, and the US are still hesitant to return to pre-pandemic levels of leisure travel. Read More
by Roland Berger
December 03 - Customer curiosity - Customer interest - EV preference - EV/PHEV charging infrastructure - EV/PHEV sales - Asia-Pacific - Canada - China - Dubai - Europe - France - Germany - Italy - Netherlands - USA

EV Charging Index – New trends affecting the electric vehicle charging industry

For the first time, Roland Berger conducted the “EV Charging Index”, revealing the leading markets and new trends affecting the electric vehicle charging industry. Read More
by Roland Berger
November 25 - Customer interest - EV preference - EV/PHEV charging infrastructure - EV/PHEV sales - Mobility behaviour - Mobility concept preferences - Mobility planning - Europe - Germany

Typology of attractive charging locations

The charging market in Germany grows rapidly, with AC chargers still being the dominant solution with a share of 85% but high power charging catching up due to high growth rates. This CHARGING RADAR Insight takes a closer look at the location of charging stations and which power types and power levels are suitable for […] Read More
by Charging Radar
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
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
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