This research guides public-sector leaders in accelerating digital transformation and mitigating disruption risks. Government CIOs should assess how technology trends impact their organizations’ strategy and ability to deliver on constituent expectations, operational needs and mission priorities.
According to Gartner®, 'In 2022, there will be a continuation of the trends we have previously seen in relation to the four mobility pillars – connected, autonomous, shared and electric (CASE) - for which software and supply chain disruption will play an even more important role. However, the main automotive tech trends for this year fall under 4 umbrella themes.'
The latest Gartner® report ‘Top 5 Automotive Technology Trends for 2022’ takes a look at the new opportunities for the automotive sector and provides recommendations for CIOs overseeing manufacturing digital transformation and innovation.
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'The microchip shortage is pushing the automotive sector to reimagine its supply chain by using technology and cooperation
As connected cars start integrating into a broader ecosystem, this opens new opportunities for automakers to provide greater value to users.
Collaboration is the greatest opportunity in the auto sector, especially between automotive and tech companies.
Over-the-air (OTA) updates are the greatest tool for connected car monetization, as Tesla has successively demonstrated.
New autonomous vehicle regulations being enforced this year will help accelerate commercialization of this OTA technology.'
Recommendations for senior leaders in the automotive sector
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