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The Future is Here and The Challenge is Real

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Lines of code per car
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Connected vehicles sold by 2023
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ADAS equipped vehicles sold by 2030

According to industry reports, 70% of all new vehicles will be connected by 2023 and 38% of all new vehicles will have advanced driver assistance features by 2030.

A significant portion of the vehicles sold today already include internet connectivity, increasing levels of autonomous driving capabilities, and infotainment services – all enabled by millions of lines of code running on multiple in-vehicle embedded computers. These embedded computers are increasingly networked together and interdependent, escalating the overall complexity of the vehicle and leaving it susceptible to unforeseen development challenges, component malfunctions, and cybersecurity vulnerabilities.

OEMs, fleets, suppliers, and customers are left vulnerable to vehicle malfunctions, cyberattacks, and financial and safety risks

The technological transformation exposes passengers’ safety and privacy to enormous risk. It also presents challenges for automakers to limit their vehicle development investments and warranty claims costs, assure their customers’ safety and security, and protect their business operations, intellectual property, and reputation.

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A significant portion of the vehicles sold today already include internet connectivity, increasing levels of autonomous driving capabilities, and infotainment services – all enabled by millions of lines of code running on multiple in-vehicle embedded computers. These embedded computers are increasingly networked together and interdependent, escalating the overall complexity of the vehicle and leaving it susceptible to unforeseen development challenges, component malfunctions, and cybersecurity vulnerabilities.

OEMs, fleets, suppliers, and customers are left vulnerable to vehicle malfunctions, cyberattacks, and financial and safety risks

The technological transformation exposes passengers’ safety and privacy to enormous risk. It also presents challenges for automakers to limit their vehicle development investments and warranty claims costs, assure their customers’ safety and security, and protect their business operations, intellectual property, and reputation.

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