These cores have become the de facto standard for next-generation automotive systems, with additional performance optimizations for automotive workloads delivering higher performance and better visual quality. Our ethernet solutions, designed with functional safety in mind, make it easier for SoC manufacturers to achieve the automotive safety integrity levels that are classified by the ISO standard for automotive safety. It is estimated that 80% of all innovations in the automotive industry today are directly or indirectly enabled by electronics. With vehicle functionality improving with every new model, this means a continuous increase in the semiconductor content per car. Drivers want intuitive AI navigation, effortless streaming, and seamless linking between their cars, phones and smart home devices. We deliver the technology customers want, harnessing the power of data analytics and integrated engineering to build the mechanisms that ensure seamless end-to-end innovation quickly and efficiently.
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- Vehicle occupants are safer with high-performance CMOS imaging, LIDAR, and radar technologies, allowing sensor fusion algorithms the ability to detect critical details for immediate action.
- Consumers’ new habit of using tailored solutions for each purpose will lead to new segments of specialized vehicles designed for very specific needs.
Application vendors are deterred by the cost and challenge of developing and supporting multiple proprietary interfaces to address the necessary range of vehicles. Several technology trends are driving a significant increase in the ability to generate and share a wide range of relevant information. ESR Labs will bring additional scale to Accenture’s focus on smart connected solutions and mobility services. The automotive industry must take swift action now to decarbonize and prepare for increased mobility demands.
CNH Industrial, Accenture and Microsoft Collaborate to Develop Connected Industrial Vehicles
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As a result, the traditional business model of car sales will be complemented by a range of diverse, on-demand mobility solutions, especially in dense urban environments that proactively discourage private-car use. Overall global car sales will continue to grow, but the annual growth rate is expected to drop from the 3.6 percent over the last five years to around 2 percent by 2030. This drop will be largely driven by macroeconomic factors and the rise of new mobility services such as car sharing and e-hailing. We support suppliers with strategic problem-solving and innovation, development, and cost-cutting programs.
The automotive industry is transforming towards an environment that depends heavily on the data that underlies the essential performance and driving experience of a vehicle. Automotive Grade Linux is a collaborative open source project that is bringing together automakers, suppliers and technology companies to accelerate the development and adoption of a fully open software stack for the connected car. With Linux at its core, AGL is developing an open platform from the ground up that can serve as the de facto industry standard to enable rapid development of new features and technologies. We help automotive companies to drive efficiencies, unlock new value, enhance the customer experience and create new business models. The 2020s are becoming the decade of electrification as consumer, technological and policy forces coalesce with 30% of new vehicles expected to be electric by 2030.