Connectivity & Telematics, Whitepapers

Connected Driving: Surviving the Latest Technology Disruption

The gap between consumers demand for safety and OEMs connectivity offers is jeopardizing OEM market participants. OEMs are no longer the leading disruptors of the automotive industry. The rules of the game are changing. Technology companies like Google and Apple are leading the charge towards the future of transportation. To combat this paradigm shift in the market, Tier 1 vendors can level the playing field for OEMs. Complex integration of multipurpose platforms overcome the hurdles OEMs face. Tier 1 vendors who can deliver solutions for over-the-air (OTA) updates, predictive maintenance, and V2X connectivity features, help OEMs keep their competitive position.

This report investigates the common challenges Tier 1 vendors may face by becoming complex integrators, but more importantly, how to solve them.

Key topics in this paper:

Market shift and trends for OEMs and Tier 1 vendors
Top 3 Connectivity trends on the market that Tier 1s offer
Solving the challenges of cost, competence, and scalability
3 case examples showing specific Tier 1 challenges, the solutions applied and their practical benefit for the Tier 1 vendor

Since 2002, Intellias have used big data technologies, highly secure cloud infrastructure, and precise navigation systems to help OEMs and Tier 1 vendors from Germany, the UK, Japan, and South Korea. Intellias’ software development expertise and accumulated knowledge within the automotive industry has helped create safe, adaptive, and AI-based automotive software solutions for connected and autonomous driving.