Solving Scalability Challenges in Software-Defined Vehicle Design
As technology continues to advance, the automotive industry is experiencing a rapid shift towards software-defined vehicles. This is driving the need for scalable and flexible software architectures that can support the increasing complexity of vehicle systems.
This exciting future promises to deliver benefits including improved safety, comfort, deeper insights into vehicle performance and the capacity for manufacturers to add new features and functionality using OTA updates. However, this promise is being thwarted today because of the way software is designed and deployed in vehicles. This paper, produced in association with the Canadian software leader BlackBerry, looks at the challenges present in scaling software-defined vehicle technology today, and introduces a new way of solving the problems.
Our whitepaper highlights key insights and strategies that can be used to overcome the scalability challenges of software-defined vehicle design. It covers areas such as:
- The impact on software-defined vehicle development
- Scalability challenges in software-defined vehicle design
- Strategies for overcoming scalability challenges in software-defined vehicle design
- Case studies of companies that have successfully implemented scalable software-defined vehicle design with insights from Toyota, Stellantis, Volkswagen and Ford