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September 08 - Automotive products (Level 4+) - Autonomous vehicle - Computing power - Battery cost - EVs - EV portfolio - EV/PHEV charging infrastructure - Industry Activity - Infrastructure - Patent activities - R&D intensity - Autonomous driving - Technology - Test roads - Autonomous vehicle - Europe - Germany - Global - USA

Triple Transformation: Position, Perform, Progress

Automotive manufacturers and suppliers are facing a tremendous challenge. Actually, there are three challenges occurring simultaneously. Norbert Dressler, Global Head of Automotive at Roland Berger, calls this task Triple Transformation and summarizes it in three words: position, perform, and progress. Read More
by Roland Berger
September 07 - Automotive association activities - Automotive products (Level 4+) - Autonomous vehicle preference - Patent activities - R&D intensity - Autonomous driving - Technology - Test roads - Autonomous vehicle - Type approval process - Vehicle-2-vehicle communication - China - Germany - Global - North America - South Korea - USA

What will it take to agree a gold standard for autonomous vehicle safety?

Industry players are coming together to jointly develop global reference solutions for self-driving safety challenges. The Autonomous forum has been pioneering a collaborative approach to autonomous vehicle (AV) development for the past two years, bringing together a community of players across the mobility ecosystem to establish safety standards and practices. Breaking down AV safety into […] Read More
by Automotive World
May 19 - Autonomous vehicle - Computing power - Autonomous vehicle preference - Customer interest - Industry Activity - Patent activities - R&D intensity - Autonomous driving - Technology - Europe - Global

Quantum Computing | When will the breakthrough come?

Companies anticipate massive impact on business models when quantum computing breakthrough is achieved. This article focuses on 4 steps that are essential to develop a quantum strategy. Read More
by Roland Berger
April 22 - Automotive products (Level 4+) - Autonomous vehicle - Computing power - Industry Activity - R&D intensity - Autonomous driving - Technology - Belgium - Europe - France - Germany - Italy - Netherlands - Spain - Sweden - UK

Semiconductor Crisis in the Automotive Industry

How the automotive sector can beat supply bottlenecks with risk management. Read More
by Roland Berger
February 11 - Automotive products (Level 4+) - Autonomous vehicle - Computing power - Patent activities - R&D intensity - Autonomous driving - Test roads - Autonomous vehicle - Vehicle-2-vehicle communication - USA

Autonomous Driving – California “Disengagement Reports 2020”

The new Disengagement Reports 2020, published earlier this week shows that Cruise, Pony AI, and Waymo are the companies with the most miles driven in California. They are also the companies with the lowest number of disengagements. Cruise drove most miles (ca. 175,000) with 27 disengagements and 21 vehicles. Read More
by Roland Berger
June 25 - Automotive products (Level 4+) - Autonomous vehicle - Computing power - Digitized culture preference - Patent activities - R&D intensity - Autonomous driving - Venture Capital Invest - Artificial Intelligence

Computers on wheels: Turning OEMs into software-enabled companies

Software is the key to the road to digitization in the automotive industry, and this is new for most traditional automotive players. In order to catch up with large technology groups, auto players need to adapt – in this paper we discuss 6 steps to a successful transformation. Read More
May 27 - Automotive products (Level 4+) - Autonomous vehicle - Computing power - Autonomous vehicle preference - Battery cost - EVs - Digitized culture preference - Patent activities - R&D intensity - Autonomous driving - Technology - Venture Capital Invest - Artificial Intelligence - Venture Capital Invest - Mobility

Reboot: Preparing for the new normal in technology-based industries – A summary

The coronavirus might affect technology-based industries in 3 different ways: short-term GDP decrease (negative impact), forced rapid digital transformation (positive impact), and global trade changes affecting global supply chains (?). We discuss 4 scenarios in which techno-based players might consider for preparing the New Normal. Read More
January 16 - Automotive products (Level 4+) - Autonomous vehicle - Computing power - Digitized culture preference - Patent activities - R&D intensity - Autonomous driving - Venture Capital Invest - Artificial Intelligence - Asia-Pacific - Europe - North America

Computer on Wheels: Disruption in automotive electronics and semiconductors

The car of tomorrow is a semi-autonomous, electrically powered computer on wheels. This has dramatic implications for the entire automotive industry. Read More
by Roland Berger
October 07 - Autonomous vehicle - Computing power - Autonomous vehicle preference - Battery cost - EVs - CO2 legislation - Digitized culture preference - EV portfolio - EV preference - EV/PHEV charging infrastructure - EV/PHEV sales - Mobility concept preferences - Patent activities - R&D intensity - Autonomous driving - Restrictions for ICEs - Test roads - Autonomous vehicle - Type approval process - Venture Capital Invest - Artificial Intelligence - Venture Capital Invest - Mobility - Asia-Pacific - Europe - North America

New mobility: The radical transformation of an industry

Global mobility trends and emission requirements will bring unknown challenges for the automotive industry – an interview with Norbert Dressler Read More
by Roland Berger
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