This talk is intended for automotive engineers, software developers, and IT professionals who are interested in learning about the latest trends in over-the-air updates for automotive and how having Vehicle digital twins can make this more smart and efficient.
Over-the-air (OTA) updates are a way of updating software and firmware in vehicles without having to take them to a dealership. This can be done wirelessly, over a cellular network. OTA updates are becoming increasingly common in the automotive industry, as they allow automakers to fix bugs, add new features, and improve the performance of vehicles without having to recall them.
Vehicle digital twins are a virtual representation of a physical vehicle. They can be used to simulate the behavior of a vehicle in a variety of situations, including testing new software and firmware updates. This can help automakers to ensure that OTA updates are safe and reliable before they are released to customers. By combining OTA updates and vehicle digital twins, automakers can create a more efficient and effective way of updating vehicles. This can help to improve the safety and performance of vehicles, and it can also reduce the cost of ownership for consumers.