EY: Relevant Content
The boom in automotive electronics shows that technology isn't a limitation anymore.
The boom in automotive electronics shows that technology isn't a limitation anymore. "Everything is possible," asserts Anil Valsan, Global Lead Analyst, Automotive & Transportation at EY. "It's a matter of where customers see value and what they are willing to pay for."
The ability of smart phones to connect consumers makes them want to bring the world but not the whole world into their cars, Valsan notes. He says they're being selective, so manufacturers are focusing on providing relevant content.
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Sandy Munro and his team of engineers and costing analysts at Munro & Associates were contacted by UBS Research—an arm of the giant banking and investment firm—and asked whether it was possible to do a teardown and cost assessment of the Chevrolet Bolt EV.
According to Frank Jourdan, president, Chassis & Safety Div., Continental Contitech AG (continental-corporation.com), the high-resolution 3D flash LIDAR (HFL) technology that the company is developing for deployment in automated driving systems in the 2020+ timeframe provides an array of benefits.
This is not a piece of modern art: Rather, it is an image from Blackmore Sensors and Analytics of Bozeman, Montana, micro-Doppler signatures of pedestrians (or maybe that’s a pedestrian, singular) walking (see it now?). Blackmore is a company that is developing FMCW lidar.