Autonomous driving chip developers, based on their business types, can be separated into four major camps – automotive chip IDM/designers, ICT chip companies, emerging automotive chip developers, and automakers with an in-house chip R&D team – with each having its advantages in competitions, according to DIGITIMES Research's analysis.
Over the last few years, India has seen several EV companies springing up, especially for two and three-wheelers. But most of the products these companies offer are still too expensive for the average Indian. Although the government has provided some incentives, many of these are not sustainable or have already been withdrawn.
Electric vehicles (EV) are expected to take up 13% of the global passenger vehicle sales in 2022, according to International Energy Agency. The proportion represents an increase from almost 9% in 2021.
V2X devices and the data they generate continue to increase. Together with AI applications and electrical grid connections, they highlight the importance of information security protection. All car manufacturers should come to a consensus in terms of security, according to Wei-Bin Lee, CEO of the Hon Hai Research Institute and head of the Information Security Research Center.
LCD panel makers worldwide are gearing up efforts to develop automotive displays and related solutions, believing that the developments of these products will enable them to get rid of the current business slump.
Qualcomm's automotive design-win pipeline has grown to US$30 billion, driven by increased adoption of its Snapdragon Digital Chassis solutions across the auto industry, according to the chip vendor. The increase represents a greater than US$10 billion expansion since the company's fiscal third quarter results were announced.
Japan-based Marubeni has been selected by the Osaka Prefectural Government to receive a subsidy for its urban flying car business project and will conduct a demonstration test for the social implementation of flying cars in the Japanese prefecture.
The idea that introducing smart technology like V2X can help with traffic safety has been proposed ever since the dawn of smart vehicles. The practical application of said technology, though, remains both an ongoing challenge as well as an opportunity to truly solve traffic safety issues, according to Kun-Feng Wu, associate professor at National Yang-Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU).