July/August 2019 Newsletter
E/E Community Leans Toward Collaboration
Presenters at the Automobil-Elektronik Kongress in Ludwigsburg, Germany, call for more industry collaboration and standardization.
More Carmakers Standardize on Android Automotive OS
Google promotes open source Android OS as a common platform that will make automotive innovation faster, easier and less expensive. Carmakers including BMW, Volvo, FCA and Renault-Nissan, are already publicly on board. More partnerships with Google will be announced this year.
Ford Goes Deeper with Autosar
Stressing the need for standardization to enable more software reuse, Ford's Chuck Gray said the carmaker is committed to wider use of Autosar compliant ECUs.
BMW Wants a Common Automotive Cloud Ecosystem
BMW's Christoph Grote urges the industry to develop a common ecosystem to maximize the benefits of cloud computing.
The Autonomous Event to Promote Expanded Collaboration
TTTech invites automotive and tech executives to gather in Vienna to consider collaborating to create safe, secure autonomous mobility.
Parkopedia wants to take the pain out of parking. The company believes autonomous valet parking will be the first widely accepted autonomous driving feature.
Lear E-Systems, The Company Profile
Lear's E-Systems division is in the process of diversifying its product portfolio to include more connectivity-, electrification- and software-related offerings.
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