Connected and Automated Vehicles – Current Challenges in the Automotive Industry

11 October, 2021 | Publications, Vehicular Technology
Katrin Sjoberg
The COVID-19 pandemic is still holding the world in a stranglehold. Large-scale vaccination is in different stages throughout nations globally, and countries that have come far in terms of vaccinating the population are slowly beginning to open up.

The commercial vehicle industry sells more vehicles than it can produce for the moment—a sort of rebound effect from when the world was put on hold last spring. At the same time, the automotive industry is experiencing semiconductor shortages, resulting from unfortunate occurrences such as fires in semiconductor factories, but also because semiconductor companies’ order intakes from the automotive industry declined substantially last spring, and the companies turned to other customers.

Full Article: IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine, Volume 16, Number 3, September 2021

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