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NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN FOR 2020 TU-AUTOMOTIVE AWARDS
TU-Automotive and its partners are proud to announce that nominations for the 2020 TU-Automotive Awards are now open.
DETROIT, Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 – Nominations for the 2020 TU-Automotive Awards are now open. Nominate your colleague or business and help us to recognize and celebrate the best in Automotive Technology.
This year we’ll be giving out 17 awards across 3 categories: People, Company and Product & Service.
INDUSTRY DRIVER INTERVIEWS
Here are a collection of interviews with the automotive technology industry drivers.
DATA STRATEGIES FOR OEMS ARE A HOT TOPIC. WHAT CRUCIAL TIPS WOULD YOU GIVE TO OEMS WHO ARE FOCUSING ON THIS AREA?
Interview with Gahl Berkooz, Vice President of Data, Analytics, and Monetization, ZF Group
WHAT ARE THE CHALLENGES TO DEPLOYING V2X?
Interview with Tom Freeman, Senior Vice President, Land Mobile, Kymeta
IS THE FUTURE AUTONOMOUS?
Interview with Rodrigo Caetano, Global Business Development Manager, Scania CV AB
WHAT CAN TRADITIONAL BUSINESS LEARN FROM START UPS?
Interview with Philippe Moulin, CEO & Co-Founder, DriveQuant
THE DISRUPTORS OF AUTOMOTIVE
Interview with Paul Mundt, Founder and CEO, Adaptant Solutions AG
The State of Self driving – How to Solve Perception Through Intelligent Sensing?
Interview with Peter Szelei, AEye Director, Business Development, EMEA
How China is Driving Momentum on Auto Tech
In this video, TU-Automotive explores the differences between the Chinese market and other places where 5G is being adopted to implement Cellurar-V2X (C-V2X)
Barriers to entry are seemingly lower in China. Modem uptake in cars is starting to accelerate and Chinese automakers are asking - what are the experiences we'd really like to bring about? And how can we do that as fast and as safely as possible?
EXPERT REPORTS FROM WARDS INTELLIGENCE
Wards Intelligence Reports combine relevant forecast and historical data with perspective from our trusted editorial staff and analysts to help you gain a detailed understanding of the forces behind industry changes. Our latest reports include:
Navigating New Mobility
“Navigating New Mobility” looks at the emerging new-mobility market and the strategies of automotive OEMs, technology companies and others in the race to define the next era of transportation.
ADDRESSED IN THIS REPORT:
- The Data-Driven Marketplace
- OEM Business Outlook
- Tech Company Landscape
- Grading the Contenders
Power Shift - 48V Takes Hold
A few short years ago, the thought of converting to 48V electrical architectures was seen as not much more than a promising idea. Today, the global auto industry knee-deep in a broad-scale movement to integrate 48V technology into traditional powertrains, beginning with luxury vehicles but on track to filter down to mass-market cars as well. 48V mild-hybrid technology now is the electrification entry point for many of the biggest automakers as they hurry to meet tougher CO2 emissions regulations in key markets around the world, with those models expected to account for up to half of the world’s annual electric vehicle sales over the next decade. Also behind the shift is the growing power requirements of today’s automobiles, which is driving development of a range of new 48V-compatible motor-generators, driveline components and other systems.
Battle for the Dashboard and Data: The Future of Connected Infotainment
This Wards Intelligence report focuses on connected infotainment and the increasing importance of data monetization supported by cloud-based automotive features – analyzing OEMs’ current connected infotainment and user interface strategies, their challenges and position in this quickly evolving market.
ADDRESSED IN THIS REPORT:
• An overview of connected infotainment
• How connectivity has dramatically changed automotive infotainment
• Connected infotainment trends and why they are important
• Monetization of data as the end goal for stakeholders in this space
• How OEMs are positioned to monetize connected infotainment data relative to technology companies and others
• Which automakers are leading the development intuitive, cost-effective connected infotainment technology
The Automotive Technology Glossary
Learn key terms and understand the technological keywords associated with automotive technology.
THE LATEST NEWS & ANALYSIS
Automotive Cybersecurity: A Shift to Secure Development Thinking
This thought leadership white paper exposes the cybersecurity challenges that are multiplying for automotive OEMs as threat vectors increase and hackers see the opportunity to monetize attacks. As these issues and threats continue to multiply and become more complex, a fundamental shift must occur in the product development mindset of the automotive OEMs and their supply chains. The impact of cybersecurity threats on vehicle software means that it is essential to ensure that software operates as intended over the life of the vehicle.
The Race to Case: Preparing for Success With Connected, Autonomous, Shared and Electric Vehicles
Since the industrial revolution, the automotive ecosystem has faced unseen disruption – from mass production to the disruption of new technologies for artificial intelligence, connectivity and enterprise mobility. The outcome of this disruption is the increasing need for connected, autonomous, shared and electrified vehicles.
The Shifting Tides of Connected & Autonomous Vehicles
This research-based eBook focuses on the shift in attitudes of the different sectors of the automotive ecosystem as it continues its development of connected and autonomous vehicles. The output shared in the eBook is based on two worldwide surveys conducted in 2017 and 2019 of automotive industry stakeholders to learn about their perceptions, priorities and market expectations for connected & autonomous vehicles.
Rethinking the Three “Rs” of LiDAR: Rate, Resolution and Range
As the autonomous vehicle market matures, sensor and perception engineers have become increasingly sophisticated in how they evaluate system efficiency, reliability and performance. However, conventional metrics for LiDAR data collection (such as frame rate, full frame resolution and detection range) no longer adequately measure the effectiveness of sensors to solve real-world problems facing autonomous driving.
Optimizing Autonomous Shuttle Deployments With the Latest in LiDAR Sensing Technology
COAST Autonomous, a software and technology company focused on delivering AV software solutions, discusses how they are optimizing autonomous shuttle deployments with the latest in LiDAR sensing technology from LeddarTech.
Aeris IoT + LTE-M: Low Cost, High Functionality
LTE-M brings new standards for IoT networking by prioritizing low-cost, low-power, minimal infrastructure, robust reach over massive distances, and scalability advantages for large deployments.