The relationship between consumers and vehicles is changing, and the Automotive industry is at the vanguard of a digital revolution.
Data-powered automotive warranty re-invention
At first glance, it appears to be a bad way to woo customers—a warranty process that’s used when
things go wrong. Instead, it turns out to be an excellent opportunity for a company, not just to please its customers, but also to radically improve its business processes and find sources for future growth.
Automotive companies in Japan must compete through personalized digital and data-driven experiences.
Automotive companies face radical change since owning a car is no longer a must. To remain competitive, they need to create personalized digital and data-driven experiences.
Intelligent manufacturing is created with automation, AI, IoT, edge computing, cloud, 5G, additive manufacturing, and digital twins. It can improve defect detection, yields, and revenue.
Designing for privacy in connected cars requires participation of all entities that may process car data before vehicles are delivered.
Automotive companies with the insights to understand the future will be the ones that can shape it.
Automotive companies need improved cybersecurity capabilities to support and protect their Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies.
Automotive leaders must combine the creative skills of a startup with traditional strengths to innovate and scale.
As 2025 approaches, consumers are more involved, vehicles are more intelligent and other industries are joining the ecosystem.
Automation, digital commerce and the Internet of Things are redefining vehicle operation, usage, and ownership models.