We asked our experts about the technologies that will make tomorrow’s vehicles safer, greener and more connected. They had a lot to say.
Enabling the software-defined vehicle of tomorrow means changing the vehicle architecture of today. Aptiv's Smart Vehicle Architecture™ brings together innovations in the brain and nervous system of the vehicle to enable that change.
Aptiv is ushering in the vehicle architecture of the future by enabling automation throughout the wiring harness.
Aptiv understands that fleet managers don't want an overwhelming amount of data, they want meaningful analytics that help them do their job.
Automotive cybersecurity influences every decision we make while designing the next generation of software-defined vehicles.
To create software-defined vehicles, developers need processes and tools that allow for continuous updating, testing and deployment.
Yes, interior sensing technologies can help prevent driver distraction. But they also enable a wide range of capabilities that OEMs can leverage to improve safety and enhance the user experience.
Learn how our engineers use machine learning to improve the object-classification capabilities of radar
with existing hardware.
Hear from our engineers about the critical role charging inlets play in enabling fast charging for EVs – and the need for advanced technologies to help them stay cool.
As higher voltages and higher currents are required for today's electric vehicles, automakers are increasingly turning to an alternative technology with some surprising advantages.
Leader of the band. Zone controller master. Body controller. Gateway to the outside world. Meet the central vehicle controller, or CVC.
In this Innovation in Motion Season 2 debut, our experts explain how zone controllers address multiple architectural challenges through one important shift.
We are at a critical time in the development of vehicle architectures. So much is happening, from sensors to the cloud, from software to hardware and from high-voltage electrification to data networking. In the final episode of the Innovation in Motion series, our experts discuss the importance of a full-vehicle perspective through it all.
As OEMs automate the assembly of their vehicles, there is one element that is still not automated – and it is one of the largest and most complex. Our experts discuss how Aptiv is helping OEMs tackle this challenge.
No one can do everything in the automotive industry, so OEMs need partners they can work with effectively. Hear how Aptiv is leveraging our previous experience to make that collaboration happen in innovative ways.
Over-the-air (OTA) updates are giving the automotive industry a chance to reimagine the vehicle lifecycle, but it’s critical to have the right software processes and hardware architecture in place. Global Engineering Director Jada Smith explains.
Imaging radar and machine learning are pushing the boundaries of what is possible. In this episode, find out how these technologies are giving vehicles a much more complete view of the world around them than ever before.
What does it take to create a platform that can evolve over time to take on the ADAS challenges of today and tomorrow? CTO Glen De Vos details the software and hardware that go into Aptiv's groundbreaking platform.
The concept of zone controllers sounds simple, but it has multiple benefits – from increased automation to improved diagnostics and enhanced scalability. Our technologists explain.
What are the biggest trends influencing the automotive industry in 2021 and beyond? Our experts set the stage.
Would you rather have a better brain or a better nervous system? In this special – and less serious – edition of the Innovation in Motion series, all of our speakers wrestle with the challenge of choosing a side.
The biggest strength of the software-defined vehicle is that it evolves. A vehicle leaves the factory with a certain set of capabilities, but the OEM is able to leverage usage data and expand those...