19.09.19 - With the introduction of more driver assistance systems, increasing amounts of data will have to be generated and processed. If connected cars become the standard and the leap to autonomous driving is accomplished, the quantity of data increases again considerably. Who owns the data? How is it secured? And who has access to it?
10.09.19 - The University of Stuttgart is starting a project to set up test fields for energy-efficient, electric and autonomous flying. After an extensive site analysis, the preferred locations have now been named. In the following months, details will be outlined and the construction of the test field coordinated.
21.08.19 - Data-based services and shared mobility facilities will account for a quarter of the industry’s turnover by 2030. As a result, software will make up 30% of the vehicle’s value, while electronic components will make up 25%. If the European auto industry wishes to remain successful, it needs to rethink its long-term strategy. A five-point plan has been drawn up to secure an advantage over competitors from China and the US.
09.07.18 - Electromobility is coming! In this interview, Prof. Markus Lienkamp, former VW manager and current head of the Department of Automotive Engineering at the Technical University of Munich, explains why e-fuels and hydrogen are no alternative and how new market players are doing.