OTA (over-the-air) and SOTA (software-over-the-air) connectivity facilitate the implementation and management of numerous vehicle features and services, but they also bring their own challenges, including potential conflict with RTR (right-to-repair). This week’s in-depth article looks at this constellation of technologies and issues.
Also this week are driver focused touchscreens really the best solution? How will Grupo Antolin’s strategy and business model create stakeholder value? Faurecia is commercializing their newest perceptual image processing and immersive user experience, and Jaguar Land Rover has announced a new “open innovation” strategy. Plus: functionalized fiber composite hollow profiles for cockpits, and a low-carbon, lightweight solution for interior plastics. These and more interior and mobility topics are in this week’s DVN-I Newsletter. We hope you enjoy reading it. If you haven’t yet signed on as a DVN-Interior member, we welcome you to come join us!
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