Autology: Getting in the zone – The future of EE architecture
This week’s episode explores how the move towards a greener society is negatively impacting the automotive industry – in particular, for the companies who manufacture and supply car parts.
As the European Commission rolls out its Green Deal – a plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 55% by 2030 compared to levels in 1990 – OEMs are being forced down the fully electric vehicle narrative.
In this week’s episode of Autology, IHS Markit experts discuss how E/E architecture is set to develop over the coming years.
This includes when and what new architectures may come into play and the challenges of transitioning from domain to zonal. Does software play a role?
And finally, what regional differences might there be in both the approaches and adoption rates of the automotive manufacturers?
Tune in to find out the answers, and much more!
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Speaker: Pawan Kumar Sahu, semiconductors and components principal research analyst at IHS Markit and
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