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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.

    Don’t forget to subscribe, follow and give a thumbs up on our various channels like Spotify and SoundCloud!

    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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    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 ...
    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 ...
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