Join us to explore the adoption of E/E architectures in automotive!
For the past couple of decades, automakers have added features & ECUs into the vehicle on an ad-hoc basis. As the vehicle becomes more connected, more autonomous, and more electrified there is not enough space within the vehicle to keep adding these features and ECUs independently. Besides, every time one of these are added, the vehicle becomes more expensive and more complex.
Automakers need to adopt an E/E software architecture, combining the functions of the various features & ECUs into one controllable system, allowing the vehicle to become more connected, scalable and updatable.
Which companies are investing in and exploring this area? What do OEMs need to do to develop a safe and secure centralized architecture? Which strategies must be developed in order to move towards the next generation of vehicle architectures?
Hosted by the Informa Tech Automotive Group, the Focus: E/E Architecture (Virtual) Summit will address all of these questions and more.
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