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    Autology is a new weekly podcast series launched for those looking for further context around AutoTechInsight news and analysis. Our experts also discuss megatrends, such as the transition to fully autonomous vehicles, V2X connectivity, and electrification.

    Leading industry experts will be joining selected roundtable discussions to provide further insight on real world and future developments.

    Join the conversation now by listening to all episodes below or on major audio streaming platforms. You can also have your voice heard by emailing into autology@ihsmarkit.com.

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    Autology Episodes
    Autology trailer
    Welcome to AutoTechInsight's brand new dedicated podcast series! From AVs to V2X, join our experts and industry leaders in Autology - a freely accessible weekly podcast that discusses the latest news and megatrends in the world of automotive technology. Listen in on the Autology Trailer to hea...
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    Additive manufacturing maturity in automotive
    In this week’s episode of Autology, IHS Markit experts discuss additive manufacturing or 3D printing in the automotive industry. We sit down with Skuld LLC to discuss additive manufacturing’s place in the automotive sector and what needs to happen for more mainstream acceptance in high-volume...
    EVS35: Checking the industry pulse in the EV heartland
    On this weeks Autology podcast, we discuss all the hot topics trending at last weeks EVS35 event held in Oslo, Norway. Graham Evans dives into exactly what the EVS35 event is, what it signifies and aims to achieve as well as some of the key take away points from his visit to the city that has taken ...
    Displays arms race, where will it lead?
    In this week’s episode of Autology, IHS Markit experts discuss the growing number of displays in vehicles and the ramifications. With more displays, larger display sizes and higher resolutions comes a need for stronger processing power. We look at how this evolution impacts technology but also wha...
    Chip crisis – The never-ending story?
    In this week’s episode of Autology, experts from S&P Global Mobility discuss the current state of the ongoing semiconductor shortage that has roiled the automotive industry for more than two years now. We will talk about the impact of the recent announcements around fab expansions from vari...
    Wait, so where will I charge my EV?
    In this week’s episode of Autology, experts from S&P Global Mobility and Parkopedia discuss the current landscape of the EV charging infrastructure and how this is expected to change over the next few years. We will talk about the importance of accurate parking information and challenges th...
    Consumer sentiments toward in-vehicle displays and other HMI features
    In this week’s episode of Autology, IHS Markit experts discuss consumer sentiments toward vehicle displays and other human machine interface (HMI) features.  We discuss some of the key preferences for display sizes and configurations along with other technology like head-up displays (HUD) ...
    Who wants an NFT Alfa?
    In this week’s episode of Autology, IHS Markit experts discuss Alfa Romeo’s new plug-in hybrid SUV, Tonale, which comes with a non-fungible token (NFT). We get an understanding of what NFTs are and ultimately what they have to do with the automotive industry.   With other players in the ...
    What do American millennials want in a car?
    In this week’s episode of Autology, S&P Global Mobility experts discuss what American millennials want in their vehicles. As the largest generational group in the US, we take a look at what makes millennials an important consumer segment, as well as what features and technology are of most int...
    How automakers make money even after the car leaves the lot
    In this week’s episode of Autology, S&P Global Mobility experts discuss the topic of how automakers generate revenue from their aftersales activities. Our experts from the aftermarket and connected car teams discuss on-going innovative strategies, including e-retailing of parts, decentraliz...
    Tesla Cyber Rodeo event, new 4680 battery cells
    In this week’s episode of Autology, S&P Global Mobility experts discuss Tesla’s Cyber Rodeo event celebrating the official launch of the Giga Texas factory. Attendees were invited to view the Cybertruck, tour the facility, and hear some of the latest news on Tesla’s battery production. ...
    NYIAS 2022 review
    In this week’s episode of Autology, S&P Global Mobility experts discuss key takeaways and noteworthy sightings from the New York International Auto Show. NYIAS is back after a two-year pause and we will cover topics such as the dominance of EVs and why there is an increasing emphasis on experi...
    Part 2: Pledges vs Practicality - Are governments keeping their EV promises?
    In this week’s episode of Autology, S&P Global Mobility experts discuss what governments are doing to keep their EV promises. This includes a look at where the EV industry currently stands in key automotive markets globally and how these markets will evolve in the coming years. The regulato...
    Part 1: Pledges vs Practicality - Are governments keeping their EV promises?
    In this week’s episode of Autology, S&P Global Mobility experts discuss what governments are doing to keep their EV promises. This includes a look at where the EV industry currently stands in key automotive markets globally and how these markets will evolve in the coming years. The regulato...
    A fuel’s errand - Will hydrogen vehicles ever be mass market?
    In this week’s episode of Autology, S&P Global Mobility experts discuss the topic of hydrogen internal combustion and fuel cell vehicles. With inputs from the light passenger vehicle team as well as the medium heavy commercial team, we dive into topics including the supply chain of hydrogen ve...
    Enormous downside risk to automotive as the war in Ukraine continues
    This week’s episode dives into the impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on the automotive industry. As the war continues to rage on, vehicle production, demand, and the global supply chain supporting this sector are experiencing major disruption. We discuss the revised outlook for vehicle p...
    Lighting ahead staging the future vehicle design
    In this week’s episode of Autology, S&P Global Mobility experts discuss with Todd Morgan, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer at Lumax Industries, how vehicle lighting is influencing the automotive design in the coming years. With new lighting and design concepts, the overall vehicle st...
    National targets but local needs: How to establish what EV charging infrastructure is really needed
    In this week’s episode of Autology, S&P Global Mobility experts discuss what’s needed to establish the right EV charging infrastructure - globally, nationally, and locally. This includes how the charging infrastructure deployment is progressing relative to EV market adoption and which maj...
    Materials as a Service
    In this week’s episode of Autology, S&P Global Mobility experts talk about partnering with material suppliers to create a supply chain for new materials, which are needed for features and vehicle construction. The functions and capabilities of vehicles are rapidly changing with megatrends, ...
    Getting in the zone – The future of EE architecture
    In this week’s episode of Autology, IHS Markit experts discuss how E/E architecture is set to develop over the coming years. This includes when and what new architectures may come into play and the challenges of transitioning from domain to zonal. Does software play a role? And finally, what...
    Keep on truckin' - Generation EV
    Pickup trucks are still the highest-selling vehicle segment in the United States. As EV pickup trucks make their way onto automotive assembly lines, it is clear that this new segment of vehicles will have a significant impact on the North American auto industry. In this week’s episode of Autolo...
    Moving in the right direction – the next generation of Sat Nav
    In this week’s episode of Autology, IHS Markit experts discuss navigation technology and the next generation of satellite navigation. We sit down with HERE Technologies to discuss the major trends related to location and how the future looks for embedded vs brought-in navigation. What is the ro...
    Steeling ourselves for supply chain shortages: Is electrical steel next?
    The auto industry discussion of constraints around electric vehicle uptake often centers on the battery and its constituent raw materials. Meanwhile, the broader semiconductor shortage continues to have a damaging impact on vehicle production output of almost all manufacturers. Yet another, lesse...
    An electric chemistry - NCM, LFP and the future of battery cathodes
    In this week’s episode of Autology, IHS Markit experts discuss battery technology and the battery market. With a basic understanding of how NCM (nickel, manganese, cobalt) and LFP (lithium, iron phosphate) batteries work we dive deeper into the importance and implications of different cathode m...
    Acquisition of Wind River – an apt step for Aptiv?
    In this week’s episode of Autology, IHS Markit experts discuss the acquisition of the software company Wind River by Aptiv. We will be delving into the details of the deal, why this acquisition took place, and what this means for the automotive software market. Tune in to find out the answer...
    CES 2022 - Final Recap
    Autology brings the final, all-encompassing recap of the biggest automotive news from the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Two years removed from the last physical CES, we’ve covered all of the big announcements around the future of Mobility, what’s next in the tumultuous ...
    CES 2022 - Day 3
    Autology brings daily recaps of the biggest automotive news from the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada throughout the week. Two years removed from the last physical CES, we’ll cover all of the big announcements around the future of Mobility, what’s next in the tumultuous wor...
    CES 2022 - Day 2
    Autology brings daily recaps of the biggest automotive news from the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada throughout the week. Two years removed from the last physical CES, we’ll cover all of the big announcements around the future of Mobility, what’s next in the tumultuous wor...
    CES 2022 - Day 1
    Autology will bring daily recaps of the biggest automotive news from the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada throughout the week. Two years removed from the last physical CES, we’ll cover all of the big announcements around the future of Mobility, what’s next in the tumultuous...
    Swap shop: Our test of EV battery swapping technology
    In this week’s episode of Autology, IHS Markit experts discuss the world of Battery swapping and how it impacts the electric vehicle market. With discussions around the pro’s and con’s of battery swapping when compared to vehicle charging, as well as a report of a firsthand experience  ...
    Cashing in the chips from coast to coast - Nvidia vs Qualcomm
    Following Nvidia holding its GPU Technology Conference (GTC) in California and Qualcomm’s analyst day in New York in November, this week’s podcast will explore some of the most interesting news that transpired from those respective events. Bey...
    A cunning Fox(conn)
    In this week’s episode of Autology, IHS Markit experts discuss how Foxconn is building its automotive business with a strong focus on vertical integration in the EV manufacturing space. Taiwan-based Foxconn is promoting a new electric vehicle (EV) business model that has the potential to drive ...
    Charging ahead - Emerging tech for chargeable cars
    In this week’s episode of Autology, IHS Markit experts discuss how charging infrastructure is set to develop over the coming years. This includes whether there are sufficient charging points to support electric and plug-in vehicles worldwide, and–importantly–can power grids handle the deman...
    Will consumers be over the moon about over-the-air updates?
    In this week’s episode of Autology, we discuss over-the-air (OTA) updates and what they actually mean for the consumer with our special guest Omkar Panse, vice-president at KPIT Technologies. This includes passenger-facing benefits such as improved maps and infotainment, as well as more practic...
    Red, white and green – Biden’s American EV dream
    Following this week’s passing of the United States USD1 trillion infrastructure bill, EV charging is set to benefit from around USD7.5 billion investment. IHS Markit analysts break down exactly how many chargers, and what types of chargers, this could translate into. Importantly, they also answ...
    Chip on their shoulder - The cars suffering from the chip shortage
    With the current chip shortage in headlines, we continue our coverage and analysis of the impacts on the automotive industry in this week’s episode of Autology. Our experts discuss how pervasive the shortage is and what countermeasures automakers are putting in place in order to minimize its im...
    From seats to software - Defining the premium vehicle
    As carbuyers’ wants and needs shift to focus on software features over traditional hardware, IHS Markit experts explain how OEMs and suppliers alike are changing their business models to accommodate these new expectations. However, the evolution of the ‘software-defined vehicle’ does not ne...
    London calling - Will low-emission zones be coming to your town too?
    The City of London recently expanded its Ultra-Low Emission Zone on October 25, forcing those with non-compliant high-emissions vehicles to pay a daily fee of £12.50 to drive in the area. This is in addition to the daily Congestion Charge fee. IHS Markit experts explain what vehicles are subject...
    An Ultra upgrade – How does GM’s new Ultra Cruise stack up?
    General Motors recently released its new hands-free driving system, Ultra Cruise – an upgrade from its Super Cruise predecessor.  IHS Markit experts discuss its ADAS capabilities and how it compares to its rivals, most notably Tesla’s automated ‘full self-driving’ technology, as well...
    A byte of the Apple (Car) - Is Project Titan set to rule the autos world?
    While Apple is yet to confirm or deny exploring vehicle development under the codename Project Titan, also referred as Chromium, a vast array of automotive stakeholders and commentators have been inquisitive of what may materialize from the so-called ‘Apple Car’. Due to the secrecy around its...
    Staying cool - How much driving range will the A/C drain on my EV?
    It’s no secret that we expect certain freedoms from our automobiles. The ability to drive long distances and complete journeys in comfort, regardless of the weather outside, is a key prerequisite. We know that the climate control systems of battery electric vehicles do indeed affect the driving...
    The sound of music – The best and upcoming in-vehicle audio tech
    Does branded audio necessarily mean premium audio? This week on Autology, IHS Markit experts discuss what defines a good sound system and how the trend of branded audio from the likes of Beats and Bose is set to grow as car buyers look more towards an ‘improved’ in-vehicle experience. The ...
    Qualcomm has 'Arrivered' - The potential of the Veoneer takeover
    This week, Qualcomm and investment firm SSW Partners acquired ADAS (advanced driver-assistance systems)-focused supplier Veoneer for USD4.5 billion. The move terminated Magna’s prior takeover agreement with the company. The deal also saw the sale of Veoneer’s Arriver autonomy software busines...
    Chain reaction – Is e-mobility threatening auto suppliers?
    This week’s episode explores how the move towards a greener society is negatively impacting the automotive industry – in particular, for the companies who manufacture and supply car parts. As the European Commission rolls out its Green Deal – a plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 55%...
    What is an e-axle and why is it so crucial for EVs?
    Tune into this week’s Autology podcast to find out how electric vehicles (EVs) are powered and how their underpinnings will develop in the years to come. IHS Markit’s e-mobility director Graham Evans teams up with American Axle & Manufacturing (AAM)’s head of electrification business To...
    IAA Mobility 2021 round-up
    Welcome back from the summer break! We’re back with a bang with a round-up of the technology highlights from IAA Mobility 2021 (September 7-12) in Munich, Germany. Despite a backdrop of climate activist protests outside the show, there was a heavy focus on environmentally friendly ...
    The battery market - On a cellular level
    Following a series of developments in the battery industry in recent weeks, IHS Markit deep dives into the impact and significance they are expected to have. These include Nissan and Envision AESC’s plan to build the UK’s first gigafactory adjacent to the OEM’s Sunderland pla...
    In case you missed it – The best bits so far
    This week we are giving you an opportunity to catch up on the key soundbites pulled from every Autology episode so far. From Formula E to R&D, tune in to recap the latest automotive technology news and megatrends. We’d love to hear your thoughts on this episode at our autology@ihsmarkit....
    Money on the move - R&D budgets of the future
    Automotive research and development (R&D) is at a pivotal moment as we enter a new age of vehicles, with electrification, autonomy and connectivity all driving technological advancements. With this in mind, how are industry stakeholders shifting their R&D budgets? IHS Markit’s Research ...
    How long does it actually take for an EV to charge?
    As EVs sales continue to grow, the question remains if global charging infrastructure and technology is adequate for consumers. For those who may be still wary of purchasing fully electric vehicles over traditionally fueled cars, a key factor to consider is how long will EVs take to charge? Will ...
    The blueprint - How 3D printing will be used in cars
    As OEMs increasingly explore three-dimensional printing for vehicle components, IHS Markit experts ask whether or not the technology is likely to go mainstream. The technology is particularly on a growth trend as a result of the move towards electrified vehicles, as the weight from batteries need...
    Robot wars - Why Android is beating the competition
    With connectivity playing a pivotal role in new car experiences, IHS Markit looks at the major player set to dominate the infotainment market—Android. Google has a full suite of offerings under its automotive ecosystem with Android Automotive OS supporting Google Automotive Services (GAS), Gene...
    Chips ahoy! Making up the chip shortfall
    This year has seen the automotive industry come to a halt—with various OEMs pausing their vehicle production all over the world—due to a small but vital missing piece: chips. While the shortage may seemingly be backfilled for now, IHS Markit experts reveal why this supply-demand issue is yet ...
    5G on wheels - Revolution or evolution?
    In this week’s episode of Autology, we discuss 5G’s impact on the IoT ecosystem and specifically on the automotive industry, including the transition away from 4G LTE, the first applications to deploy it, and the implications that will result. Infrastructure investments are bearing fruit by w...
    "Hey Siri, ask Alexa to turn on my fog lights"
    As smart voice systems transform our interactions in the car just as rapidly as they are in the home, we dive into the world of virtual personal assistants (VPAs) in this week’s episode of Autology. Our experts discuss how simple voice commands such as: “Navigate me to the shopping cente...
    Why driverless cars will never roam Roman roads
    In this week’s episode of Autology, we discuss how and when autonomous vehicles will penetrate markets, understanding things such as technical, regional and consumer acceptance challenges. Vehicle-to-everything (V2X) has gained momentum over the years and OEMs are keen to upgrade cars with more...
    Formula E - Fast tracking the car tech of tomorrow
    In the debut episode of the new Autology podcasts, we discuss how Formula E is driving technology for EVs on the road, including how OEMs-come-race-teams like Nissan and Jaguar Land Rover are applying their learnings in energy regeneration systems to their production vehicles. The sport has come ...
    Autology trailer
    Welcome to AutoTechInsight's brand new dedicated podcast series! From AVs to V2X, join our experts and industry leaders in Autology - a freely accessible weekly podcast that discusses the latest news and megatrends in the world of automotive technology. Listen in on the Autology Trailer to hea...
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