Keeping Pace with the Software-Driven Car

Automakers are still coming to terms with the fact that a “car,” in the eyes of consumers, is no longer defined by its physical properties and capabilities. In many ways, the automobile is evolving into a software-driven mobility service, defined by the experience it delivers while taking passengers from point A to point B. That experience is largely defined by software—from dashboard instruments and GPS systems to in-vehicle infotainment (IVI). And consumer demands and expectations about this software-driven experience continue to change at an ever-increasing pace.

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  • The ability to fully control and “own” the software in order to evolve it quickly enough to keep up with changing consumer lifestyles, market demands, and competitive innovations 
  • Four key requirements for staying ahead of the curve—and maintaining profitability—in an era of unprecedented change for the automotive industry
  • A software strategy that enables the preservation of existing automotive business and the delivery of new, high-quality experiences throughout the vehicle’s lifecycle
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