Vehicle Electrification and Integrated E/E Systems

By Sarah Bartash


Automakers today face multiple challenges in their electric vehicle (EV) development. These include designing attractive cars that customers desire, producing at scale to maintain profitability and having the ability to invest in their operations to maintain competitiveness.

Have you wondered how you can make reliable decisions while developing new electrical/electronic (E/E) architecture designs? Then read on!

Increased E/E content driving an architecture evolution

The underlying E/E architecture has evolved gradually over time. This webinar looks back at the history which brought us here. It also will cover electric vehicle E/E systems architecture changes within 5-10 years. Accordingly, we will also discuss the current trends within the E/E system development, such as the customer demand for infotainment. Another factor is user experience with increased functionality, and the ability to update their cars “on-demand.” Other topics in this webinar include:

  • Cyber security
  • Functional safety
  • Increased complexity and traceability
  • Speed to market
  • The difficulty development teams working in silos bring
  • Market disruptions due to new players entering the market and/or the software-driven vehicle

Watch the webinar → Vehicle Electrification and Integrated E/E Systems

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