Key Concepts for the Automotive World
A likeable partner who offers long-term production and system solutions, on a level playing field and with a sense of responsibility for development. CAR’s leading-edge research impacts the future of the global automotive industry by informing industry leaders and policymakers and facilitating communication across the industry. The automotive industry is transforming towards an environment that depends heavily on the data that underlies the essential performance and driving experience of a vehicle. ZF is a global technology company supplying systems for passenger cars, commercial vehicles and industrial technology, enabling the next generation of mobility.
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- Indonesia is facing a severe energy issue, particularly in fuel oil for the transportation sector.
- With our vast knowledge pool of strategic engineering experts, you’ll get 360-degree view of your technology architecture to plan and test wisely, reduce costs and accelerate software development.
It only makes sense that we follow a strict sustainability strategy from the inside of the company, too. As a Tier 1 system supplier of battery systems, we aim to make a contribution to climate-friendly mobility – in the short term for the long run. This means we will be working carbon-neutral in our car plant in Uusikaupunki, Finland starting in 2021. CAR programs offer you an industry resource that consistently delivers content, events, and forums to help participants navigate the ever-changing automotive and mobility industries. The move to equip vehicles with increasingly sophisticated driver assistance systems, and eventually to make the vehicle fully autonomous, requires a combination of object detection and imaging sensors.
The free trade agreement with neighboring Australia concluded in spring 2019 offers new opportunities for the automotive industry in Indonesia. Two years later, Indonesian automotive industry managed to penetrate Australian market, marking a significant step toward the revival of Indonesian automotive products that adhere to international quality requirements. With the free trade agreement, car manufacturers which have already settled in Indonesia can count on import tax reliefs in Australia. Autonomous driving – self-driving cars – especially at level 4+, threatens to further exacerbate the shared mobility trend with the promise of drastically reduced costs per mile. Digitalization and software have become the new battleground for differentiation in the automotive industry and has carmakers losing ground to tech companies and digital players. At the same time, new pure-play electric car OEMs and startups have seen staggering increases in their valuation, far surpassing many legacy players in the industry.
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This was mentioned way back in August 2018, with Musk saying we can expect cheaper Tesla cars in the next three years. This vision was later revised, and in June 2021, the Tesla boss said to expect a 2023 debut for a model that hits that price point. “What’s driving Terashi’s effort is the EV’s faster-than-anticipated takeoff and rapid-fire adoption of cutting-edge innovations by Tesla and others,” one of the sources said.
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Create innovative, personalized vehicle experiences and improve operational efficiencies and resiliency with automotive information technology. After effectively ending the economic slowdown in 2016, the Indonesian economy is expected to show accelerating economic in the years ahead, something that boosts people’s purchasing power as well as consumer confidence. One of the key reasons that explains why Indonesia’s economy ended the slowdown in 2016 was because of improving commodity prices (rising commodity prices tend to boost car sales on the resource-rich islands of Kalimantan and Sumatra).
With the implementation of the ASEAN Economic Community at the start of 2016, the Indonesian government also aims to make Indonesia the regional hub for the production of LCGCs. Per 2017 Indonesia’s total installed car production capacity stands at 2.2 million units per year. Still, there are no major concerns about this situation as domestic car demand has ample room for growth in the decades to come with Indonesia’s per capita car ownership still at a very low level. Indonesia is the second-largest car manufacturing nation in Southeast Asia and the ASEAN region . However, due to robust growth in recent years, Indonesia is expected to somewhat limit the gap with Thailand’s dominant position over the next decade.