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What does the Future of Mobility look like?

The automotive industry has been one of the most dynamic and exciting incubators of technological and product innovation in the modern world. A unique mix of investment, consumer interest, and industry competition has driven this dynamism with a constant search for the next feature, style, or capability to capture the public imagination. Personal mobility will continue to be a critical piece of everyday life. Therefore, governments are undertaking large-scale studies to examine population mobility in an attempt to prepare for greater urban population density. Vehicle connectivity, electric and self-driving cars, as well as mobility systems will be essential to supporting population mobility in these dense urban centers.

For key insights, these blogs review the trends driving the future of mobility:

What are the Pain Points we need to overcome?

The broader trends of vehicle electrification, connectivity, autonomy, and shared mobility will drive additional changes in the automotive embedded software landscape. Vehicle software features will integrate with cloud-based capabilities to enhance passenger and service-oriented features. Furthermore, electrical and electronic (E/E) architectures are centralizing and becoming modular while software features and functionality are being standardized across OEM product lines. Software is at the heart of future mobility.

To keep up with these new technologies and organizational structures, existing development processes and methodologies are rapidly evolving. In these blogs below, we will discuss the process evolutions that OEMs are undertaking at a high level to keep pace with a changing automotive landscape.