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There is a major shift happening in the transportation world. Its the beginning of a major mobility revolution. Transportation is shifting from the Internal Combustion Engine to Autonomous Connected Electric and Shared vehicles (ACES). Connected and autonomous vehicles are likely to become a common feature around the world within the next decade, along with the increased use of electric and shared vehicles. ACES presents many opportunities, from making our roads safer to reducing emission levels, as well as the added implications of increasing high-end job creation and reducing social isolation. Collectively, ACES will have a major impact on the global transport network. Like many countries globally, ACES will introduce an era of unprecedented change. Therefore, it is vital for companies to consider how we manage and take advantage of this new technology.
The electric car market is growing rapidly. In fact, research by Morgan Stanley shows that one billion electric cars will be on the roads by 2050.
Tesla, General Motors, Nissan, Volkswagen, and Volvo are among the well-known brands committed to the electrification of cars. 6 out of 10 of the world’s biggest electric car companies are Chinese. SAIC, BYD, FAW Group, Geely, BAIC, and Dongfeng have electric cars in their own lineups and also partner with European and American brands. BMW has announced that it will have 12 fully electric vehicles by 2025. Porsche is planning to spend $7.4 billion on electric cars.
The software will play a huge role and predictive maintenance software is vital for electric vehicles. Since they have special maintenance and repair requirements, a monitoring system for car diagnostics is necessary to help identify problems. To top it off, these systems can even notify the driver about certain parts that need to be checked according to the vehicle’s specifications. Such software will help drivers schedule their electric car maintenance.
We specialize in Adaptive AUTOSAR standard which contains interfaces required for developing future automotive ECUs (Electronic Control Units) running on state-of-the-art multicore microprocessors. These interfaces allow OEMs, as in the car manufacturers, to implement autonomous driving, over-the-air software updates, IoT (Internet of Things) features, media streaming and other services to their future cars. Compared to AUTOSAR Classic, the Adaptive platform allows dynamic linking of services and clients during ECU runtime which makes it much more flexible for the application developers.