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Topic : Automotive

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How Automotive HMI Tools Make the Future Closer
How do human-machine interfaces become the main driver of the automotive market? What technologies help establish trust in vehicle functions? How do carmakers ensure that drivers are completely in charge of the situation? Read further for more details about HMI.
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Automotive IoT: How to Secure Connected Cars
The automotive industry is rapidly becoming an intelligent technological ecosystem with connectivity at its core. Learn how automakers can secure their products and meet high automotive IoT security standards.
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Top 5 Industry 4.0 Technologies for the Automotive Sector
Is it a blessing or a curse that cars are turning into technological marvels on wheels at such a great speed? What competencies do you need to create a top-notch car today? Has your imagination caught fire about possible vehicular autonomy already? Check out some disruptive cases and other fascinating stories in this issue.
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3 Types of AR Applications Disrupting the Automotive Industry
AR in the automotive sector adds perks to each step of the process chain. Learn how it assists technicians in vehicle manufacturing, inventory, and maintenance, and boosts systems for a better driving experience.
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How OTA Technology Helps Update Connected Cars On the Fly
OTA technology enables updating in-vehicle software in all cars—still in the dealership or already on the road—at once. See how over-the-air updates help automakers add new functionality, improve security vulnerabilities, and comply with current standards.
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Innovative Tech Stories in the Automotive Industry
In our recent article, you’ll find out the most prominent and unusual automotive product innovation examples driven by disruptive technologies.
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Improving Vehicle Safety: ADAS Use Cases, Markets, and Laws (Part II)
Car makers address road safety problems by introducing new ADAS features to their vehicles. Governments and NGOs support these endeavors with new legislation and standards. Let’s look closer at both major ADAS markets with their trends and regulations, as well as at successful ADAS use cases.
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Improving Vehicle Safety: Five Technological Pillars of ADAS (Part I)
Advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS technologies) are vehicle-based intelligent systems with a human-machine interface. They are designed to increase driver, passenger, and pedestrian safety by reducing vehicular accidents and fatalities. Let's zoom in on the fundamental pillars of ADAS car technologies and how they improve vehicle safety and offer comfortable driving.
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Connected Vehicles: How 5G Brings V2X Communication to the Next Level
Today’s connected vehicles are capable of syncing with infrastructure, the cloud, and each other. Here’s how V2X technology coupled with 5G points automotive companies to new areas for development.
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Disruption in Automotive Supply Chain: New Trends and Opportunities
The modern car is becoming more and more like a computer on wheels. To handle the increased complexity level, carmakers have started shifting to a new electronics architecture. Let’s consider how this affects the existing automotive hierarchy, who can profit from it, and why now is the right moment for innovations.
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How to Tackle Electronic Components Shortage in the Automotive Industry
Automotive industry manufacturers are struggling to get enough chips to build their products—from airbags to navigation systems.This global electronics parts shortage is the result of several factors: pandemic-related work stoppages, increased demand, and broken transportation logistics. As a result, automotive manufacturers worldwide are expected to lose more than $14 billion in revenue in the first quarter of 2021 and approximately $61 billion for the year, as predicted by advisory firm AlixPartners.