Episode 15

The Future of Software Defined Vehicles

Amir Bar-Niv, VP of Marketing, Automotive Business Unit and podcast host Chris Banuelos discuss the Future of Software Defined Vehicles, including industry trends, why the Ethernet Camera Bridge is an important component in the software defined vehicle as well as who are the key stakeholders that benefit from this evolution. As car manufacturers increase capabilities for aftermarket services and applications, learn about use cases, the software defined network needed to support applications, and what it will take to enable the next generation of vehicles as a data center on wheels. Read Amir’s recent blog post “Ethernet Camera Bridge for Software-Defined Vehicles” to learn more: https://bit.ly/3OnMfsc

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Amir Bar-Niv
VP of Marketing, Automotive Business Unit



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