For automakers, the race is on to develop and bring to market competitive feature sets for highly connected electrical and electronic (E/E) architectures, to meet consumer demand for exceptional driving experiences and to create market differentiation. New vehicles are characterized by unprecedented complexity requiring electronic control units (ECUs) with more processing power than ever.
Siemens SW Bringing automotive embedded software in house White Paper
- How to work split between OEM and Tier 1 suppliers is changing for embedded software development.
- Which systems are leading this change, and how development processes and the skills required will be impacted?
- How generative tooling supports the development within new teams and reduces the reliance on specialists.