Over the past decade, electrification and connectivity have emerged as key focus areas for the automotive industry that are paving the way for autonomous vehicles. Vehicle E/E architecture is now evolving in the direction of software-oriented design to expand the scope of in-vehicle communication. This has resulted in the rapid convergence of semiconductor, electrical, and telecommunication industries. However, growing electronics in vehicles has notably increased the cost and complexity of the supporting architecture.
This changing technology landscape calls for automakers to begin differentiating V2X and autonomous vehicles based on the E/E architecture. The global automotive space is looking forward to redesigning the cluttered vehicle architecture to fulfill evolving consumer demands. At the same time, software-native companies are exploring new opportunities such as remote diagnostics and over-the-air updates to enable a promising future of mobility.
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