Powertrain_Body_Chasis&Safety 动力总成、车身、底盘及安全

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Author: Ian Riches
Publication Date: 10月 13 2020
Pages: 32
Report Type: Report, Word



The 2020 Automotive Software Survey, brought to you by Aurora Labs and Strategy Analytics


Report Summary:

The 2020 Automotive Software Survey reveals an industry in transition.  The direction of travel is clear: more centralized vehicle architectures and more OEM software development in-house. However, serious questions remain over how fast the industry is moving and whether carmakers currently possess the skills required.  One key challenge is the role of OTA updates.  Managing the costs and complexity will be vital to ensure that consumers remain delighted with their vehicles throughout their lifecycle.
Table of Contents

  1. Executive Summary
  2. Introduction
  3. COVID and Electric Vehicle Delays
  4. COVID and Autonomous Vehicle Delays
  5. Automakers In-House Software Development Skills
  6. Percentage of Vehicle Software Developed In-house
  7. In-House Software Trend Over time
  8. Use of Open-Source Software
  9. Number of Software Suppliers to a Vehicle
  10. Domain Controller-based E/E Architectures
  11. Debugging Software Errors Post-Factory
  12. Insight Into Software Behavior During Development
  13. Impact of Changing Code in One ECU on Another
  14. Predicting Software Anomalies
  15. OTA as a Driver of Innovation During Vehicle Lifecycle
  16. OTA Update Frequency
  17. Impact of Vehicle State During OTA Update on UX
  18. Importance of OTA “Safety-Net” for Roll-Back
  19. Cost Acceptability of Redundant Systems for OTA
  20. Automaker Importance Hierarchy for OTA
  21. UNECE WP.29 Impact on OTA
  22. Type Approval Process Suitability
  23. Find Out More

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