When you design your next-generation electric vehicle (EV) architecture, there’s a strong drive to create something that will last for at least 10-20 years. For that, you need to understand the market, make an educated guess on what’s going to be needed in the near (and not so near) future, and hope everything goes as expected. But what if the market changes? What if unexpected events take development off course? Will you be able to shift gears and get your system back on the right track?
Being prepared for the unexpected is what makes us evolve, and the connectivity that supports your EV development efforts should follow the same rule. In safety-critical systems, you need to design your connectivity so that new functionality can be added without affecting the current system. Even in naturally static systems such as certified vehicles, choosing the right connectivity technology gives you the ability to adapt to change and stay ahead of the curve as requirements evolve.
In this webinar, we will review some of the key attributes of a next-generation electrical and electronic vehicle architecture that is well prepared to meet tomorrow’s needs:
- Flexible architecture to adapt to changing requirements
- Extensible data model to accept new functionality
- Security as needed depending on your connectivity needs
- Easy integration with backend and existing technologies