Once and awhile we review the various automotive industry software failures hitting the news headlines, not with the purpose to embarrass any particular automotive manufacturer but rather to highlight that in most cases such failures could have been avoided with
Following up on last week’s industry forecast for medical technology developers, let’s see what 2016 holds for car manufacturers and companies involved in the development of products for the automotive industry. 2015 has been a record year in the US
Building an autonomous (driverless) car has entertained the imagination of automotive companies since the earliest days of automobiles. The idea has first popped up in a newspaper back in 1926, and has continued to haunt the dreams of automotive developers
Approximately 30 Million cars will be produced in the European Union and the United States in 2015, from an estimated total of 90+ Million produced world wide. Manufactures in Germany, Spain and France producing the most in the EU area.
Globalization has lead to the continual geographical redeployment of manufacturing facilities to lower cost business environments as manufacturers seek the ever elusive competitive edge. Product development has become more complex, with consumers demanding ever more advanced features, requiring a mix of embedded electronics
The importance of managing risks in safety-critical industries such as the medical field, the automotive sector and other transport industries (railway, aviation etc) cannot be emphasized enough. The lives of human users may depend on such devices, so their safety