The automotive industry is experiencing seminal change as traditional and emerging OEMs address a new paradigm of electrification and automated driving architecture. Supporting this new mobility paradigm will drastically transform the supply chain. According to CLSA, the global added value of automotive R&D provided by partners will increase from 40% in 2013 to 53% by 2025. How are OEMs, Tier 1s, and new technology providers adapting to this shift? Who is at the center of the profit chain and how do all the players intend to stay relevant? This expert lineup of speakers will explore the evolution of the new vehicle technology-stack supply chain and address the key issues:
- How will system architecture of future automotive electronics evolve? Which sensors will be implemented?
- What types of processors (GPUs, CPUs or FPGAs) and memory (DRAM, Flash) will affect the computing evolution?
- Will electronics manufacturing service ompanies play a larger role in the future car?
- How will cars communicate with other vehicles and infrastructure like cities, roads, and buildings? What new materials will be required?
- Which wireless network technology will be leveraged for smart car and infotainment systems — LTE or 5G?
- How quickly and where will EVs grow worldwide, and how will this impact architecture requirements?