OMA seeks to build a bridge from its 20 years of successful open standards development in the mobile and network operator space to the automotive need for enhanced communication around the internet of things
Watch for the launch of the OMAuto Incubator on March 16 at this event, a new conversation to build that communication bridge.
I think OEMs are the group which will benefit the most from the AGL, because they do not have to re-invent or rebuild
MOST may be a dying technology, but like many automotive features it will be around for a long time after death.
opening the door for Taiwan industries to prepare for opportunities stemming from the Internet of Vehicles
Ok, now we have IoV, which rhymes with IoT. I’ll stick with Connected Car and let the consumer space figure out the rest.
Infineon acquired a stake in TTTech which is specialized in highly reliable, networked and safety-relevant control systems in vehicles.
TTTech gets great respect among the German 5 OEMS, and will need to balance its investment with hardware independence to cover the global market.
the risk model of ISO 26262 assumes that the driver is a part of the control loop
Without a driver, ISO 26262 may be too limited for autonomous driving requirements. Yet, most will admit the standard is already difficult to implement in automotive.
One of the big advances driving the startup boom is open-source software
“For the first time in history for the automotive industry, five guys in a garage can make a huge impact on the industry.” says Bobby Hambrick, chief executive of AutonomouStuff, which he says has more than 1,000 customers.
German schools are not producing enough tech engineers for BMW to hire them all in house
I suppose there are schools outside of Germany able to help BMW meet its goals too. Very interesting that they seek to move from 20% software engineers to 50% of the payroll. Cars are mostly software now with autonomous electric propulsion simplifying things in the mechanical world. Elon Musk appears to have been right.