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SDV trends lead to cloud-based development environment

June 11, 2024 at 02:00 PM Coordinated Universal Time


Digital twin of a vehicle on a manufacturing line.

As Software Defined Vehicle (SDV) trends continue to gain momentum, the automotive industry is witnessing a profound shift toward more complex domain-centric architectures. These advancements necessitate agile development cycles to meet evolving consumer demands.

In response, the integration of cloud-based development and testing environments has emerged as a game-changer. By leveraging cloud infrastructure, automotive teams can enhance efficiency, foster collaboration, and improve adaptability throughout the development process.

Siemens Xcelerator's offering for Capital Embedded Tooling and Runtime stands out with its key differentiation aspects. Offering instant cloud-based delivery for accelerated access, a flexible platform for seamless adaptation and user upgrades, as well as a payment distribution model tailored to yearly demand, Siemens Xcelerator empowers automotive manufacturers to stay ahead in the era of SDV innovation.

What you will learn:

  • What the shift to SDV means
  • How to increase efficiency, collaboration and actability throughout your development team
  • Ways to increase speed of access, flexibility

Who will benefit:

  • Engineering Manager
  • Platform/AUTOSAR development team
  • IT tool manager

Meet the speaker

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Armin Lichtblau

Product Management Director, Embedded / AUTOSAR

Armin Lichtblau holds the Director position as IES as Embedded Domain Leader, which focuses on solutions for the fast-growing AUTOSAR market.

Armin has 30 years of experience in the semiconductor and embedded business. In addition to working at Mentor, he delivered strategic new product definition and market placement at Qualcomm, IAR Systems, and Texas Instruments. His primary focus has been Automotive (including infotainment, safety & body electronics, and E-car systems), but he also has experience in the Telecommunications and Industrial industries.

He holds an Engineering Degree in Microelectronics and an MBA from SMU in Dallas.

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