Automotive Industry Solutions, Software, and Technology
GKN Automotive is a global leader in eDrive technologies, the architects of an electrified future. Our innovation, expertise and global footprint give us the ability to drive a sustainable future, delivering eDrive technologies, competitively and at scale. Of consumers say cost and convenience are more important than brand in an autonomous, mobility-as-a-service paradigm. Create innovative, personalized vehicle experiences and improve operational efficiencies and resiliency with automotive information technology.
This position paper focuses on the supply chain due diligence component of the EU sustainable corporate governance framework. ZF Aftermarket is a reliable partner throughout the entire life cycle of your vehicles and applications. We support you with our comprehensive service network, providing the full range of Aftersales services. With a broad and unique product portfolio, ZF offers system solutions that enable vehicles to see, think and act.
- To make mobility even more convenient, safer, and more enjoyable, vehicles need a special connection technology with performance for high bandwidths.
- In the United States, vehicle sales peaked in 2000, at 17.8 million units.
- Automotive crash testing is critical for safety; however physical crash testing is expensive, so auto manufacturers use engineering simulation technology to improve designs and reduce physical testing.
- Chip maker STMicroelectronics NV said in late October that its backlog of automotive orders remains well above current and planned manufacturing capacity through 2023.
Automation is one of the biggest drivers of change within the mobility sector, promising to deliver safer, more efficient, and more affordable movement of goods and people. This major transformation also comes with significant risks and uncertainties. While full AVs may be in their infancy and their deployment limited, disruption at scale is hitting fast and hard.
Like e-drive engineering, now part of our strategy more than ever before. The automotive industry recovered surprisingly fast from the initial downturn in vehicle sales caused by COVID-19 – only to hit the next crisis in form of the chip shortage, threatening revenues and profits in the second half of 2021. 60% of automotive organizations consider it important to predict driver needs and deliver appropriate networked mobility services, such as fuel, parking, navigation, and commerce, directly to a vehicle – but only 11% are able to do so. More resilient automotive supply chains are needed to meet demand for EV components and combat car battery and auto chip shortages.
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It combines EFI Automotive’s automotive know-how about products, processes and quality with privileged access to the automotives market. EFI Lighting designs and produces complete lighting assemblies compliant with automobile standards, integrating lighting surfaces or light guides and LED source modules. Our efficient, compact and competitive magnetic and inductive sensors and our sensor/trigger wheel systems make our Group one of the major players on the global market. As well as its technologies, EFI Automotive brings system skills that allow automotive manufacturers to guarantee the best levels of performance for their engines.
Read now how car dealerships and manufacturers can rethink their joint strategies and sales model. Roland Berger outlines how to capitalize on these trends to achieve resilience. Find out which impact the rise of new Chinese EV makers could have on traditional OEMs on the global Automotive market. The average consumer today is well equipped with information online and reaching out to the internet is the first response to find answers to any query that they might have.