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Unlocking software-defined vehicles: a deep dive into automotive software

We will address key topics such as the need for cybersecurity mandates, the evolving E/E architecture of SDVs, the importance of maintaining software integrity, meeting regulatory requirements, and delivering innovative features to enhance the user experience.

7 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Insuring Business Vehicles

Operating a business fleet, no matter its size, is a complex undertaking. One of the most critical aspects, often overlooked or misunderstood, is the realm of commercial auto insurance. Whether you run a burgeoning small business or manage a fleet with years of service, navigating the various coverage options, entitlements, and each policy's intricate details is vital. In this comprehensive guide, we'll highlight the most common pitfalls that small business owners and fleet managers encounter when insuring their vehicles, and offer strategic tips to ensure you're on the right path to effective risk management.

Driving towards Environmental Parity and Software-Defined Vehicles with EB corbos Linux - built on Ubuntu

As the automotive industry continues to advance into the world of high-performance computing (HPC), it becomes increasingly crucial to achieve environmental parity for seamless software integration. In this blog post, we will explore the synergy between Elektrobit and Canonical at the core of ‘EB corbos Linux – built on Ubuntu‘ in the context of automotive computing.

Exploring edge computing in automotive

From autonomous cars to factories: how data processing at the edge will transform automotive Automotive is at the forefront of innovation, but challenges always come with change. One of those challenges is processing data in decentralised environments like factories or vehicles. In this webinar, you will learn about automotive use cases that require local data processing for confidential reasons, or simply due to networking constraints. We will also discuss what edge clouds bring to the table and how Canonical’s MicroCloud addresses the automotive industry’s edge computing challenges.

Tips for Choosing the Right Automotive Supplier for Your Industry

When it comes to the automotive industry, having the right supplier can make all the difference. As a manufacturer or supplier in this highly competitive market, choosing the right partner can enhance your production process and ultimately impact your bottom line. This is why it's crucial to carefully consider and select an automotive supplier that best fits your industry and business needs. In this article, we will discuss some helpful tips for choosing the right automotive supplier for your industry.

Driving into 2024 - The automotive trends to look out for in the year ahead

With multiple technological innovations all converging at the same time, we are living in an exciting era for the automotive industry. From AI to 5G, and plenty in between, we can expect to see a host of groundbreaking trends emerge this year. As electric vehicles (EVs) completely disrupt the market and the OEMs’ business strategies, the customer focus is shifting away from traditional internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles, challenging the way that cars are being built and designed.

An Overview of License Plate Recognition Security Camera Systems

Advances in technology help create a safer security environment. One such key advancement is the license plate recognition (LPR) security camera system. These sophisticated pieces of safety tech help identify and track vehicles by automatically capturing a digital image of their license plates. Keep reading to gain a deeper insight into these effective security tools.

Implementing edge computing for V2X use cases in automotive

Vehicles are becoming more and more like mobile data centres. On average, a modern vehicle contains over 60 sensors that monitor various aspects of the vehicle, generating an immense amount of data that is processed on the go. This transformation is creating an unprecedented set of challenges for OEMs. Edge computing is a new paradigm that is changing how data is processed in these types of environments.

How environmental parity accelerates automotive software development

A lot of people, like myself, believe automotive is the most innovative sector today, especially when it comes to software. We are living a critical moment in automotive, where evolution is being pushed onto the market. This rapid software shift is posing challenges that are complicating developers’ progress. Most of these challenges are hardware-related. Gaining access to target development hardware has become an impossible task, the recent global microchip shortage did not help.

Creating the perfect garage environment

Not everyone has the privilege of a garage. With property prices soaring through the roof, to have the use of a garage on your property is probably the result of consistent hard work and a successful career. Which is why, once you can stand proud in your own garage and can pat yourself on the back grateful for everything you have achieved to date, the last thing you want is to use it as a dumping ground for all your house's unwanted items.