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    Autonomy regulation tracker 2024
    The Autonomy Regulation Tracker provides a comprehensive overview of national and international regulations governing advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), automated driving, and autonomous vehicles. Covering key aspects such as issuing authority, effective dates, and impacted regions, it also includes decrees, laws, guidelines, and assessment protocols like the NCAP. Future versions will extend coverage to other crucial deployment regions.
    Connected and personalized in-car features
    This report reviews some of the many emerging vehicle interface and experience technologies - as well as their demand and supply dynamics - that are increasingly being seen in vehicle cockpits worldwide, including AI-based voice assistants and chatbots, gaming and other entertainment features, augmented reality and 3D navigation, driver/occupant monitoring systems and in-vehicle personalization trends, among others.
    Software-defined vehicles: An introduction to the revolution on wheels
    Software-defined vehicles (SDVs) represent the industry's latest megatrend. They are an attempt to reset business models in both vehicle development and in realizing post-sale revenue gains. This reports serves as a cohesive overview of the subject and represents how SDVs should be defined, why they are happening now and what the enablers for SDVs are.
    SDV cloud and edge computing: market outlook
    This software report details the growth and market trends for automotive cloud and edge computing. It also specifies the growing trend of new automotive use cases due to the advances in computing and connectivity. The study outlines the market's size, major participants in the cloud computing space, and OEMs' readiness for cloud-connected vehicles.
    Automotive Cockpit Software: Market Trend Analysis
    This report summarises the cockpit domain and hypervisor software technology growth trend together with market sizing data.
    The automotive ‘Hypervisor’ market of the future
    This software report offers a market overview of the revenue environment and volume growth for automotive hypervisors. A few significant software hypervisor supplier profiles are additionally presented in this article.
    Automotive cybersecurity market tracker - 2023 update
    Cybersecurity tracker provides an overview of volume and revenue of in-vehicle embedded and off-board/cloud security solutions. It depicts cybersecurity data by region and by technology. It offers a summary with Cybersecurity supplier data, solution details and M&A.
    Software-Defined Vehicles: OEMs and OESs transformation strategy analysis
    This report examines how automakers and their supply chains are transforming their operations to focus more on software-defined vehicles and future digitalization services. This report also highlights important investments that are evident in SDV development scenarios.
    Automotive Cybersecurity - Challenges and opportunities in the age of SDV
    This report offers an update on market size estimates for 2023 and summarizes the development growth in automotive cybersecurity in the context of software-defined vehicles. The report additionally outlines the difficulties OEMs have in developing cybersecurity.
    Evaluation of auto companies software-defined vehicles’ R&D growth plans
    SDV R&D growth report offers a marketing-focused review of auto companies R&D investments plan that will help with development and readiness of SDVs. This study examines how relevant companies investments are to SDV readiness and key investment domains.
    Navigating the future: The evolving landscape of connected gateway hardware
    A connected gateway in the automotive industry is a controller that serves as the interface between different automotive subsystems and external networks, including the Cloud. It plays a critical role in managing in-vehicle networks and facilitates communication with external networks for data exchange. This comprehensive report delves into the vital role of automotive gateway hardware, exploring its evolution and its essential function as a link between vehicles and the digital world. It provid...
    Evaluation of auto companies' Software-Defined Vehicle (SDV) readiness
    As automakers near the end of hardware evolution, the automotive industry is beginning to see a rush of Software-Defined Vehicles (SDV) press releases from manufacturers. They recognise that SDV gives them access to a new revenue stream, lowers the cost of development, and most significantly, allows vehicles to change over the course of their lives. This means better apps & connection, real-time app updates, increased safety & sustainability, etc.--all in the interest of enhancing the driving ex...
    Digitalization of chassis components
    Developments in the driving assistance and automation feature market over the last few years have driven demands for a new generation of automotive controllers that are able to process, analyze and communicate increasingly large amounts of complex real-time data rapidly, efficiently, and flawlessly. A progressive electronification of vehicle systems, meanwhile, has led to the penetration of by-wire chassis systems equipped with electronic control units (ECUs) that process information fed from...
    Software-defined vehicles: Moving digitalization into the fast lane
    This report analyzes how automakers are using harmonized vehicle abstraction and independent software life cycles to increase economies of scale and feature development scope. The success of this development depends on middleware integration, API rollout, and a secure hardware and software separation layer. The industry is witnessing a significant growth in middleware and AUTOSAR spending and revenue. Furthermore, automakers are reinventing the prevailing business model, adopting subscription-ba...
    The changing landscape of E/E architecture
    The software-defined vehicle architecture is poised to bring about a transformative shift in the automotive industry by facilitating a flexible and adaptable solution for the assimilation of cutting-edge technologies, advanced features, and services, such as charging infrastructure, predictive maintenance, autonomous driving, connected vehicle, enhanced safety systems, as well as fintech and blockchain. This necessitates a comprehensive reimagining of the vehicle E/E architecture. In addition to...
    E/E Architecture: enabling software-defined cars
    The migration to more centralized architectures has started and will accelerate from 2025. While the industry generally agrees on the need to evolve from distributed to centralized architectures to support Software Defined Cars and new business models such as paid updates and OTA, this migration is complex and disruptive. The pace of adoption will differ based on the portfolio of OEMs, ranging from baby steps to giant implementation strides. The E/E Architecture revolution is also disrupting the...
    Evolution of new EE architecture October 2022
    This presentation showcases the evolution of new vehicle E/E architectures, network architectures, and electrical developments. It explores how OEMs will implement these changes over the next 15 years.
    Automotive cybersecurity - market trends and growth scenario analysis
    The S&P Global Mobility Cybersecurity 2022 Report provides a comprehensive look at the landscape of cybersecurity threats facing the automotive industry. This report contains qualitative and quantitative analysis of cybersecurity product forecasts, market trends, and technological solutions. It contains information and data forecasts for cybersecurity software and services based on yearly cybersecurity-enabled vehicle unit sales and systems in use. What is new in this report? The S&...
    The rise of the domain-controlled chassis
    Developments in the driving assistance and automation feature market over the last few years have driven demands for a new generation of automotive controllers that are able to process, analyze, and communicate increasingly large amounts of complex real-time data rapidly, efficiently, and flawlessly. A progressive electronification of vehicle systems, meanwhile, has led to the penetration of by-wire chassis systems equipped with electronic control units (ECUs) that process information fed fro...
    Automotive Cybersecurity Report
    Please note that the forecast was updated in May 2018. The report was last updated in November 2017. This report covers the global market for cyber security measures for embedded wireless systems, physical systems, and cyber -physical systems, in the car. The paper covers some of the aspects that necessitate the need for cyber security measures, such as attack surfaces, threat models, and attack vectors. This includes a brief history of current reported cyber security attacks. The r...
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