New Era of Electric and Autonomous Vehicles

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Vehicles are totally transforming the driver and passenger experience by turning into digital devices. Modern cars require advanced HMIs, sophisticated driver assistance systems, and multiple communication protocols. Success in the automotive industry lies in partnering with companies able to innovate. And Softeq is the company of choice.

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What Kind of Customer are You?

OEMs

It may be hard to innovate when you have to maintain current standards of value chain and critical function control.


Why are innovative technologies worth the investment?

Automotive Suppliers

You may be struggling to regain your position in the industry providing top-notch services and solutions.

The latest trends can bring more business opportunities.

Automotive Startups

What are you dreaming of—a successful exit or the growth of your company?


Trend stats and forecasts are here to help you choose the right business model.

Software Companies

Are you new to the automotive industry and looking for your niche across connected vehicle services?


The most in-demand technologies are at your disposal.

Other Companies

You may not find yourself among the previous groups, but still want to deliver top-notch services and solutions for the automotive industry.


 Tech trends can help you prosper.

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Internet of Cars: How Vehicles Go Digital

Innovative features are no longer luxuries, but a must for overall road safety in many regions. Today, a smart vehicle ecosystem is an IoT solution connected to infrastructure, the cloud, and other cars. Understanding where the market is headed and what prospects it brings can help you design better cars, order the right parts, and assemble the competitive final product.

Connected car market size

3x growth

is predicted in the global connected car market—from $54 billion in 2020 to $166 billion by 2025

Source: MarketsandMarkets
Autonomous driving

15%

of all vehicles sold in 2030 will be completely autonomous

Source: McKinsey & Company
ADAS market size

$83 billion

is the expected value of the global ADAS market by 2030—triple its 2020 value

Source: MarketsandMarkets
V2X market growth

5x growth

is predicted in the global automotive V2X market—from $2.6 billion in 2019 to $11.7 billion by 2027

Source: Allied Market Research
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Internet of Cars: How Vehicles Go Digital

Modern vehicles are capable of delivering mobility as a service, supporting autonomous driving capabilities, operating in a connected and digitized environment, and incorporating electric drivetrains. Market forecasts show that expanding competences across mobility and connectivity may reinforce your industry position.

Embedded systems growth

$9 billion

is the projected value of the global automotive embedded system market by 2027 with a 6.2% CAGR between 2020 and 2027

Source: ReportLinker
ADAS market size

$83 billion

is the expected value of the global ADAS market by 2030—triple its 2020 value

Source: MarketsandMarkets
V2X market growth

5x growth

is predicted in the global automotive V2X market—from $2.6 billion in 2019 to $11.7 billion by 2027

Source: Allied Market Research
Vehicular data

259 TB

is how much data connected vehicles generate daily while driving

Source: Engineering.com
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Internet of Cars: How Vehicles Go Digital

The role of innovative technologies in the automotive industry is on the rise. They are radically transforming not only vehicles but the entire automotive supply chain. The market provides  opportunities for startups to come up huge—just choose your innovation path.

Connected car market size

3x growth

is predicted in the global connected car market—from $54 billion in 2020 to $166 billion by 2025

Source: MarketsandMarkets
Autonomous driving

15%

of all vehicles sold in 2030 will be completely autonomous

Source: McKinsey & Company
Automotive startup funding

20x increase

occurred between 2010 to 2018—from USD 1.4 billion to USD 27.5 billion

Source: Statista
Shared electric vehicles

100% shift

to electric vehicle fleet by 2030 committed by ride-hailing companies Lyft and Uber

Source: The Verge
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Internet of Cars: How Vehicles Go Digital

Modern vehicles are operated by autonomous driving and connect to infrastructure, the cloud, and other cars. The complexity of connected cars has caused a shift to centralized electronic architecture. Both trends highlight the need for external software development services. Here are some hints about what connected vehicle services automotive companies will need.

Connected car market size

3x growth

is predicted in the global connected car market—from $54 billion in 2020 to $166 billion by 2025

Source: MarketsandMarkets
ADAS market size

$83 billion

is the expected value of the ADAS market by 2030—more than triple the 2020 value

Source: MarketsandMarkets
V2X market growth

5x growth

is predicted in the global automotive V2X market—from $2.6 billion in 2019 to $11.7 billion by 2027

Source: Allied Market Research
Vehicular data

259 TB

is how much data connected vehicles generate daily while driving

Source:Engineering.com
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Internet of Cars: How Vehicles Go Digital

Today’s vehicles can deliver mobility as a service, provide autonomous driving capabilities, operate in a connected and digitized environment, and incorporate an electric drivetrain. Competitive services and solutions go hand in hand with the latest technology trends. Here’s what will work best in the near future.

Autonomous vehicle fleet

8 million

is the number of autonomous or semi-autonomous vehicles predicted to be on the road by 2025

Source: ABI Research
Connected car market size

3x growth

is predicted in the global connected car market—from $54 billion in 2020 to $166 billion by 2025

Source: MarketsandMarkets
ADAS market size

$83 billion

is the expected value of the global ADAS market by 2030. It’s more than triple the 2020 value

Source: MarketsandMarkets
V2X market growth

5x growth

is predicted in the global automotive V2X market—from $2.6 billion in 2019 to $11.7 billion by 2027

Source: Allied Market Research

Automotive Solutions in Focus

ADAS Software and Hardware

Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) increase safety by predicting many situations on the road. With our expertise, you can build up in-house competence in ADAS solutions. Integrating real-time data captured from cameras, maps, sensors, and traffic systems can enhance navigation, routing, and road condition forecasts. ML algorithms are here to assist in data aggregation and analysis.

Case study
ADAS Solution for Electric Vehicles
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ADAS
Our team delivers:
  • Camera-based vision systems such as intelligent parking assistance (IPA), lane change assist (LCA), blind spot detection (BSD), rear view camera, and surround view (SV)

  • Sensor solutions based on LiDAR and RADAR technology like adaptive cruise control (ACC), autonomous emergency braking (AEB), and cross traffic alert (CTA)

  • E-mirrors for external rear and side view

Navigation and Infotainment Solutions

With Softeq, you can build solutions that enhance navigation, comfort, and entertainment. We connect technology inside and outside the vehicle and are well-grounded in Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, cellular, V2X, M2M, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay technologies. When relating units, we will help you overcome electrical, mechanical, and software protocols and interface compatibility challenges.

Case study
Multimedia Unit for Electric Vehicles
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Multimedia
Our pool of solutions includes:
  • Automotive HMIs that leverage haptics and gesture control, biometric identification, rearview systems, voice assistant integration, and more

  • In-vehicle infotainment systems like radio, noise cancellation, high-end audio amplifiers, satellite navigation, and messaging

  • AVAS systems developed to reproduce realistic engine sounds in line with EU Regulation No. 2017/1576

  • Virtual car keys used in or out of proximity and stored on a user’s smartphone or wearable device

Vehicle-to-Everything Systems

Vehicle-to-everything (V2X) connectivity allows cars to communicate with infrastructure, the cloud, and each other. Recognition sensors like cameras and radars allow cars to perceive their surroundings. Softeq uses a variety of communication technologies—DSRC (dedicated short-range communications), Wi-Fi, GPS, cellular, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay—to provide seamless V2X connectivity and connect systems to the cloud and mobile devices. Our team ensures the smooth connection of electronic control units (ECUs).

Blog Post
V2X Communication Coupled with 5G
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5g
We are skilled at:
  • Integration of vehicles with navigation systems for traffic management

  • Connection of cars to various types of traffic infrastructure like signs, traffic signals, toll booths, work zones, school zones, and more

  • Relation of vehicles to public transport systems

  • Over-the-air (OTA) software updates downloaded autonomously in safe mode and designated times

What should car makers consider to stay on track in 2021?

Download our findings on trends and challenges in the automotive industry.

Why Softeq?

Full-Stack Team

We are here to develop a custom automotive solution from scratch or fill in any knowledge gap in your project—whether it be hardware design, embedded system, web, mobile, cloud, or QA.

Relevant Skills

Softeq develops camera modules and system boards, implements computer vision and deep learning algorithms, integrates sensors and connects with the cloud, optimizes performance on GPUs and CPUs, and more.

Domain Knowledge

We are aware of the challenges the automotive industry is facing: the competitive pressures on cost, quality, and performance of vehicles; strengthened regulations; the necessity to go green; and evolving customer expectations.

Compliance

We have a detailed understanding of the standards for electric and autonomous vehicles and provide the highest possible physical and data security protections. We develop in line with ISO 26262, SAE J3061, ISO/PAS 21448, ISO 11452-2, CISPR 25, AEC-Q100, and AEC-Q200.