Digital Transformation, Systemic Design, and Automotive Electronics [Automotive Electronics]

Digital transformation, systemic Design, and automotive electronics cars are moving beyond simple automation car makers have gone beyond automation to create a new type of digital plant, which produces more than 100 million lines of code for each connected vehicle. This will change the way the industry works, moving from old practices and traditions to new requirements for specialized workers combined with new business models. The digital transformation of the automotive industry exposes information technology security, commonly called cybersecurity, to new threats. Auto manufacturers face new challenges to protect connected cars and customers from hackers. In the past, what happened in your car usually stayed in your car. This is no longer the case. The influx of digital innovations, from infotainment connectivity to over-the-air (OTA) software updates, has turned cars into powerful high-tech gadgets. Although they bring significant value to customers, these changes also expose vehicles to the rougher side of digital innovation. Hackers and other shadow invaders are struggling to gain access to crucial electronic units and vehicle data, which can compromise critical security functions and customer privacy.

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  • Accession Number: 01751582
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Aug 4 2020 8:46AM