Global Vehicle Electrical/Electronic (EE) Architecture Market Report 2022: OEMs will Adopt Full Zonal Architecture Only When Risk and Cost of Transition from Legacy Systems Reduces
DUBLIN, Jan. 20, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Global Vehicle Electrical/Electronic (EE) Architecture Strategic Insights and Growth Opportunities" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Today, consumers expect their cars to offer features that enhance safety, comfort, and convenience.
Over the years, every electronically controlled feature added to vehicles demanded its own electronic control unit (ECU) and supporting communication interfaces, adding more components and burdening vehicle electrical/electronic (EE) architecture with complexity, weight, and cost. A typical premium sedan would house about 100 ECUs and a kilometre-long wiring harness but would not be future proof.
With the advent of battery-electric and software-defined vehicles (SDVs), OEMs plan to redesign platform layers ground up, starting with vehicle EE architecture, built on high-performance computers and Ethernet backbone.
Key Topics Covered:
1 Strategic Imperatives
2 Growth Environment
3 Growth of Electronics and SW-related Features in Vehicles
5 Technologies Enabling EE Architecture Evolution
6 OEM Approach
7 Tier Supplier Solution
8 Technology Company Offerings
9 Cybersecurity for EE Architecture
10 Growth Opportunity Universe
11 Next Steps
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