30 Jan '15, 11am

#ConnectedCar: dramatic growth ahead via @eetimes #automotive #ADAS

The increased consumption of digital content in the car drives the demand for the hardware infrastructure capable of reproducing this content. The sophisticated infotainment systems required to process this content (audio, video, navigation, V2V information etc) will translate into business opportunities for all kinds of semiconductors — application processors, graphics accelerators, displays, and HMI interface technologies. At the same time, new concepts of mobility and vehicle usage will create new business models which in turn will typically be IT-based, Hines said. The same holds true for the expanding range of alternatives to car ownership, in particular in urban areas.

Full article: http://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1325460&survey...

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