CES 2022 Was a Consolidation of Three Main Vehicle Trends: Electrification, Connectivity, and Automation

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By Maite Bezerra | 1Q 2022 | IN-6433


Vehicle Tech at CES 2022


Instead of disruptive technology announcements, the focus of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2022 was the consolidation and realization of the industry's key trends: electrification, connectivity, and automation. Carmakers presented the evolution on their path to electrification and autonomous driving along with a strong belief that personalization and continuous update and delivery of services and functionalities Over-the-Air (OTA) via software-defined platforms is the best strategy to monetize connected vehicles. In order to achieve the latter, they are investing in in-house software development and launching open end-to-end platforms. Meanwhile, semiconductor and Tier One suppliers presented the evolution of their solutions into powerful and consolidated software-defined electrical/electronic architectures capable of accommodating next-generation vehicle tech and ongoing updates. The underlying message of CES this year is a common understanding that semiconductors and software are the central elements of the undergoing transformation of the automotive industry.


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