CES 2023: Showstopping automotive technology

23 January 2023

CES 2023

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) shines a spotlight on technological innovations. Autovista24 deputy editor Tom Geggus reviews this year’s automotive showstoppers.

The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) confirmed CES 2023 hosted over 3,200 exhibitors, with an expectation-shattering turnout of some 115,000 attendees. These technology enthusiasts witnessed the unveiling of brand-new consumer goods such as televisions, fridge freezers and robot dogs.

‘CES 2023 was the great reconnection and rocked by every measure – from attendance to the keynote stage to press conferences and product debuts on the exhibit floor – showing the entire world that in-person events are back,’ said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the CTA.

However, as part of a growing trend, automotive developments drew a lot of attention at this year’s show. These included electric-vehicle (EV) concepts, infotainment systems, and autonomous technology.

Electric concepts

Some of the biggest keynotes from CES 2023 were dedicated to EV concepts. BMW rolled out the i Vision Dee, an emotional, colour-changing companion. The carmaker illustrated its vision for the future by replacing screens with an intelligent voice assistant and an advanced head-up display (HUD).

‘With the BMW i Vision Dee, we are showcasing what is possible when hardware and software merge. In this way, we are able to exploit the full potential of digitalisation to transform the car into an intelligent companion,’ said Oliver Zipse, BMW’s chairman of the board of management.

Stellantis unveiled Peugeot’s Inception concept. Using the STLA Large platform, the glass-covered concept car can reportedly travel 800km on a single charge. The automotive giant

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Insights Into The Global Automotive Engineering Services Market 2022-2031 Forecast Period

Automotive Engineering Services Global Market Report 2022– Market Size, Trends, And Global Forecast To 2026

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Key Trends In The Automotive Engineering Services Market
The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in automotive engineering is a key trend gaining popularity. Helpful AI algorithms and controllers aid in providing a realistic driving-range estimation and optimising energy conservation in electric vehicles, allowing for the addition of additional driving range. Artificial intelligence is also at the core of self-driving cars, which are becoming

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Senior Lecturer in Automotive Engineering job with CRANFIELD UNIVERSITY

School/Department: School of Aerospace, Transport and Manufacturing

Based at: Cranfield Campus, Cranfield, Bedfordshire

Hours of work: 37 hours per week, normally worked Monday to Friday. Flexible working will be considered.

Contract type: Permanent

Salary: Full time starting salary is normally in the range of £55,753 to £61,942 per annum, with potential progression up to £76,988 per annum

Apply by: 29/01/2023

Role Description

About the Role

The Advanced Vehicle Engineering Centre (AVEC) at Cranfield University has built an enviable track record focused on low carbon vehicle engineering for on-road and off-road vehicles. Since its creation in 2016, AVEC has grown year on year thanks to the exceptional dedication of its staff, and its world class experimental facilities, many of which are unique to Cranfield. The research and consultancy carried out by the Centre is truly inspirational, undertaken for public bodies and industrial clients worldwide, including the major Automotive OEM’s, consultants and Tier 1 suppliers, Formula 1, Formula 2, GT, WRC and Dakar race teams.

This post represents a unique opportunity to join this dynamic team and help lead the development of Automotive teaching and research within the Centre. This role will support the continued development of the Automotive MSc course and associated research activity with a particular focus on Automotive Engineering design principles including overall vehicle system design, target setting, benchmarking, and system integration, including system level optimisation. As well as developing research proposals in this area to support our commercial clients and public funding opportunities, the job holder will be expected to lead the Automotive Engineering MSc as Course Director and develop the course to embrace the new technologies and approaches required by the sector. The job holder will also be expected to contribute to academic research output, and promotion of the Centre.

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VVDN strengthens its services portfolio with the addition of Automotive Engineering and Manufacturing Services for global markets

FREMONT, Calif., Jan. 12, 2023 /CNW/ — VVDN Technologies, a global provider of embedded product engineering, manufacturing and digital services and solutions company, announced that it will expand its portfolio by offering automotive engineering and manufacturing services to automotive OEMs, suppliers, fleet owners and start-ups globally.

In the domain of Automotive, VVDN comes with the capabilities in designing, developing and manufacturing automotive products from driver assistance solutions to digital cockpit solutions including Mirrorless Camera System, ADAS, Battery Management System (BMS), Infotainment Systems, Digital Instrument Clusters, Surround View System (SVS) and Telematics Control Unit (TCU). There is also deep focus on E-Mobility by supporting designs for residential as well as commercial EV chargers across various geographies.

With strong focus on R&D, VVDN offers hardware and software development, RF design, system testing and mechanical services. The company has already set up automotive R&D centers in Gurugram, Ahmedabad, Chennai and Kochi along with state-of-the-art test labs. On the manufacturing front, the company has invested heavily on PCBA, Proto Shop, Mechanical Mold and Tooling for Auto components, Injection Molding, Die Casting, Sheet Metal, etc.

VVDN’s digital team is also working on the cloud suite, a rich toolbox of cloud-enabled software to help automotive manufacturers adapt different applications such as telematics, E-Mobility etc. and help embrace digital technologies.

Vivek Bansal, President and Co-founder, VVDN Technologies: “We are very much looking forward to bringing our deep expertise in the automotive electronics which will augment VVDN’s services revenue. VVDN has been partnering with leading automotive manufacturers, tier I suppliers, by helping them design, develop and manufacture their next generation electronics. Not just the electronics but even software has revolutionized the automotive industry. We are excited to offer endtoend value in the application development such as telematics, E-Mobility etc.

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2023 outlook: Rising trends in the automotive industry

2023 outlook: Rising trends in the automotive industry 

The automotive industry is coming out of one of its most challenging periods in history. There has already been plenty of discussion about how we arrived at this point, but what about the future ahead? What will be the trends that will shape the future of the automotive industry, and what is the outlook for the next evolutionary step in automotive manufacturing? 

We recently discussed this with several RSM automotive experts, including Mario van den Broek (Partner and Automotive Leader, RSM Netherlands), Richard Bartlett-Rawlings (Partner and Head of Automotive Manufacturing, RSM UK), Jim Ward (Partner and US Automotive Leader, RSM US), and Larry Keyler (Partner and Global Automotive Leader, RSM US). In this article, they share some of their predictions for 2023 and beyond. 

Global headwinds make their mark 

The industry is continuing to deal with major global disruptions, not just from COVID-19, but from so many other elements of the global economy. Factors such as the tensions in Asia Pacific and the war in Ukraine have created a climate of uncertainty and hesitation. Then, of course, shortages from microchips to labour are affecting almost every touchpoint along the automotive supply chain. 

However, one of the most significant global trends continues to be the industry’s focus on the development of electric vehicles (EVs), whether it is improving battery performance or expanding the charging infrastructure. These ambitions are resulting in a significant increase in research and development (R&D) by vehicle manufacturers, who seem to be charging ahead with EV technology despite the many other challenges they currently face. 

Autonomous technology takes a backseat 

The breakneck pace of development is a sign that manufacturers remain bullish on the future of EVs. In fact, it seems as though every month brings a new advancement that

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