The development and mass production of self-driving cars, also known as autonomous vehicles, has the potential to revolutionize transportation, mobility and safety. Next-generation autonomous vehicle success will require advanced creative design, shared intelligence, systems engineering and multi-domain collaboration.
Driverless vehicles utilize a mix of GPS, cameras, complex scanners and sensors to detect vehicles, traffic signals, curbs, pedestrians and other obstacles. Innovators must manage this increased complexity to optimize performance and ensure vehicle safety.
Working towards these priorities, new vehicle innovators and OEM leaders alike have discovered that by connecting internal disciplines on a unified collaborative platform, they are pulling ahead of the competition, driving down costs and designing smarter, safer and always connected vehicles.
Interested in learning more about the future of developing autonomous vehicles? Listen to our autonomous vehicle podcast series with interviews from Transportation & Mobility industry leaders exploring trends, design and industry news.
In this episode, Dassault Systèmes’ Robert Solomon shares what he sees as the key trends and big challenges when it comes to designing and support of autonomous vehicles and Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS).
Jim Pogue of Dassault Systèmes CATIA brand looks beyond the traditional vehicle design methods, and how designers will need to evolve in order to succeed in the 21st century.
Dassault Systèmes Senior Transportation & Mobility Director Rick Sturgeon takes a holistic view of what’s happening in autonomous vehicle design shops – from thought leadership to shakeups at traditional OEMs – and how we are on the cusp of revolutionary changes in the design process electric vehicles.