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December 2018/January 2019

Interest in Electronics Hardware Updates Is Growing: The capability to update vehicle software over the air is not far away. As carmakers adopt a more modular approach to both software and hardware, they will need to be able to upgrade hardware after sale as well. Expect implementations to begin in the 2024 timeframe.

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Intel Promotes Self-Driving Safety Standard Based Initially on RSS Model: A global effort to develop an open, industry-wide safety standard for autonomous vehicles is gaining traction. Intel is contributing its Responsibility-Sensitive Safety (RSS) model. Baidu and Valeo are already on board.

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BrainChip to Sample Its Neuromorphic SoCs in Q3 2019: Power-saving neuromorphic computing devices running neural-network inference engines in vehicles could be coming to market soon.

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Valeo, The Company Profile: Slowing global vehicle sales made for a difficult 2018 for many tier ones, including Valeo. Promising products for future growth: electrical machines, power electronics, and ADAS sensors including lidar.

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LMC Automotive Sees Global LV Sales Growth Slowing: Light vehicle sales growth is likely to slow to 2.2% annually through 2021.

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