Automotive & Assembly Insights

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FMG, China Motor, and Mitsubishi Motors has a joint venture called Soueast, FMG holds a 50% stake, and both China Motor and Mitsubishi Motors holds an equal 25% stake. The process evolved from engineers working on a stationary car, to a conveyor belt system where the car passed through multiple stations of more specialized engineers. Starting in the 1960s, robotic equipment was introduced to the process, and today most cars are produced largely with automated machinery.

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Some estimates surpass 180,000 L of water per car manufactured, depending on whether tyre production is included. Production processes that use a significant volume of water include surface treatment, painting, coating, washing, cooling, air-conditioning and boilers, not counting component manufacturing. Paintshop operations consume especially large amounts of water, because equipment running on water-based products must also be cleaned with water. In this next iteration of Automotive, companies must get creative about how they reshape their products, structure their businesses, use technology, and reimagine the services and experiences they bring to their customers. In this environment, automotive organizations must balance the need for new investments in software, data, and cloud while facing mounting pressure to cut costs and preserve cash. They must adapt the way they serve the customer, while maintaining traditional sales and service models.

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Fischer Automotive is represented at all major production sites in the automotive industry worldwide. The ultra-modern development center with research laboratory is located at the headquarters in Horb am Neckar. The supplier manufactures its innovative products in Horb, in the Czech Republic, in China and in the USA. Samsung’s ADAS solutions are designed to enhance safety and convenience as drivers navigate a wide range of road conditions. Featuring an open and scalable platform, Samsung DRVLINE with Exynos Auto A empowers car manufacturers to swiftly adapt ADAS solutions to meet market needs.

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Indonesians love the MPV, known as “people carriers”, as these vehicles are bigger and taller than most other car types. Indonesians need a big car because they enjoy taking trips with the family (and/or invite some friends). Car manufacturers are aware of high MPV demand in Indonesia and therefore continue to launch new models. With functionality in check, manufacturers now particularly focus on improving the design of the MPV to entice Indonesian consumers.

Transitioning automotive compute from hardware-defined to software-defined provides new services and solutions for automakers, enabling upgrades and new features to be delivered seamlessly over-the-air for a better consumer experience. The move to equip vehicles with increasingly sophisticated driver assistance systems, and eventually to make the vehicle fully autonomous, requires a combination of object detection and imaging sensors. By combining radar detectors, cameras and optical depth sensing systems such as LiDAR, a vehicle can capture a detailed, real-time view of the space around it, while building in redundancy to protect against the failure of any one sensor.

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Our Future Mobility Europe online event brings together more than 1,000 stakeholders to discuss the business models, technologies and trends shaping the future of mobility. The 2020s are becoming the decade of electrification as consumer, technological and policy forces coalesce with 30% of new vehicles expected to be electric by 2030. As businesses compete for their fair share of the growing eMobility space, cooperation will be key to the creation of joint business models that have customers at their core. Automobiles are increasingly becoming sources of rich information for in-vehicle, cross-vehicle and cloud based applications that will improve performance, safety, efficiency, and entertainment.

More specifically, the existing vehicle data model and ontology built on top of it, enable exchanging valuable and useful information consistently across the industry. The mission of the Automotive and Transportation Business Group is to act as an incubator of ideas for standardization for connected vehicles. We reinvent individual business processes like R&D and manufacturing, while transforming the business as a whole. As an end-to-end transformation partner, we help clients incorporate software, data, analytics, and AI throughout the value chain. Choose a partner with intimate knowledge of your industry and first-hand experience of defining its future. Access unmatched financial data, news and content in a highly-customised workflow experience on desktop, web and mobile.

Solve complex automotive problems with high performance computing on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Reallabor Hamburg – making the mobility of tomorrow a reality with a large trial operation of autonomous shuttles in one of Germany’s largest cities. Electrified vehicles are becoming viable and competitive; however, the speed of their adoption will vary strongly at the local level. The forecasts should thus be interpreted as a projection of the most probable assumptions across all four trends, based on our current understanding. They are certainly not deterministic in nature but should help industry players better prepare for the uncertainty by discussing potential future states. Russell Hensley, partner and coleader at the McKinsey Center for Future Mobility, sat down with Clare Jones at the M30 Summit to discuss the future of mobility.