Movimento CTO Mahbubul Alam explains the promise of V2X communication in which vehicles can “talk” to everything, making the roads safer for everyone.
In order to fully embrace the way that software was redefining cars and the automotive industry, OEMs had to embrace Silicon Valley techniques.
Smart self-driving buses can help make cities smarter, stronger, and cleaner, encouraging more public transportation and even more walking.
Graph databases provide give OEMs the ability to manage the complex web of relationships from ECUs in the connected car.
As cars become connected, people are increasingly concerned about privacy. OEMs have taken steps, but need to engage in more driver awareness programs.
The ability to send out updates and upgrades over the air has created a new automotive aftermarket for OEMs to gain new revenue streams.
As cars become more software dependent, warranty violations become a major issue. OTA monitoring from Movimento can protect OEMs from fraud.
Movimento’s unique adaptive delta compression enables smart and efficient over-the-air automotive software updates for the connected car.
Connected technology in the automotive world has a chance to transform developing economies around the world, creating huge opportunities for OEMs.
The global automotive supply chain means software updates slow down OEMs. Movimento’s in-plant updating system solves this problem, automatically.
Studies show that drivers are worried about the safety of self-driving cars. Smart OTA technology can help to ease a safe and comprehensible transition.
After the first algorithm-caused self-driving car accident, Goole and OEMs have to learn the importance of retroactive OTA updates to help cars learn faster.
Although mobile technology is usually considered the most advanced, the automotive industry’s software updating process is more adaptable to the end-user.
A $4 billion government investment in self-driving cars promises to streamline regulation between the states, paving the way for a new era of driving.
A recent airbag recall due to faulty software improves safety, but OTA updating systems make this possible without a timely and costly process.