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The automotive sector is undergoing a veritable industrial revolution. Two major factors are driving this: the need to reduce polluting emissions, and the desire to improve the driving experience and safety.

Connected vehicles are all the rage. 470 million are set to be on the roads by 2025 in China, Europe and the USA alone. In terms of totally driverless vehicles (category 5), we estimate there will be 80 million by 2030.

In order to address the attendant challenges, AUSY is involved in the development and implementation of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and user services. Being able to interact easily with their vehicle and the outside environment has become a quasi-indispensable prerequisite for individuals when purchasing such a vehicle. AUSY is involved from A to Z i.e. from the creation stage through to the integration of new embedded technologies, which meet the needs of the public.

However, the increase in on-board connectivity can pave the way towards cybercrime. In this respect, we are pooling our considerable cyber security expertise to help manufacturers fight virtual intrusion risks.

At the same time, the popularity of electric vehicles continues to rise. We estimate there will be 220 million by 2030. AUSY helps its customers optimise their vehicle motorisation systems to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and our dependence on oil. With the current focus being on hybridisation and electrification, we are involved in the creation and development of horsepower calculators and converters using A-Spice development methodology and AUTOSAR software architecture.

The technological revolution in the automotive industry is well underway thanks to ever-increasing connectivity and services in an environment that gives increasing importance to electric vehicles with a view to autonomous, sustainable and shared mobility.


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