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January 06, 2021 //By Rich Pell
Automotive survey foresees 'Car of the Future'
Connectivity solutions provider Molex has unveiled the results of a global survey of automotive decision makers depicting top trends and technologies impacting "car of the future" strategies and business decisions.
for autonomous driving, advanced algorithms to reduce energy consumption, remote updates of new capabilities, and customized driving experiences. While 44% of survey respondents envision established automakers driving development of an average car purchased in 2030, 32% cited increasing traction by technology companies such as Apple, Google, and Microsoft.

Participants overwhelmingly reported major technology challenges to delivering innovation, with 44% citing insufficient battery life and 36% reporting obstacles getting electronics and software to operate in extreme scenarios. Additionally, 33% reported challenges in attaining hard-to-find expertise in electrification, 5G, security, and other needed technologies.

For more, see the report: " The Future of Automotive ."

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