Webinar: The criticality of E/E systems in autonomous and electric cars

Top view of electrical system of car. As cars are becoming autonomous and all electric, the E/E system design plays a critical role. Innovation and integration of technologies have resulted in a tremendously complex system of electronic control units, sensors, actuators, and wiring to connect it all. The size and complexity of these architectures create new challenges for automotive OEMs and their suppliers. In this session, see a closer examination of the E/E architecture challenges and impact on business models.

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR | 19 MINUTES

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Examine the criticality of E/E systems architecture challenges and impact on business models

Top view of electrical system of car. As cars are becoming autonomous and all electric, the E/E system design plays a critical role. Innovation and integration of technologies have resulted in a tremendously complex system of electronic control units, sensors, actuators, and wiring to connect it all. The size and complexity of these architectures create new challenges for automotive OEMs and their suppliers. In this session, see a closer examination of the E/E architecture challenges and impact on business models.

Innovation and integration of technologies have resulted in a tremendously complex system of electronic control units, sensors, actuators, and wiring to connect it all. The size and complexity of these architectures create new challenges for automotive OEMs and their suppliers. In this webinar, see a closer examination of these critical E/E systems architecture challenges and their impact on business models.

You will learn:

  • The automotive industry landscape is rapidly changing
  • Future-proofing technology for market advantage is a whole new challenge
  • New system architectures are necessary to support the electric and autonomous platform

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