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T-Systems brings manufacturers and suppliers into the automotive industry's data ecosystem.
T-Systems offers NVIDIA Omniverse, running on a sovereign European cloud platform.
T-Systems brings manufacturers and suppliers into the automotive data ecosystem.
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Combining the Blockchain Technology with IoT offers a lot of opportunities in the mobility sector.
Mobility analytics experts at Telekom catapult intermodal travel from theory into practice.
Details from the PAC study “Fast-track to software-defined vehicles” and the expert discussion are now available as a webinar recording.
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Cockpit Talk at IAA Mobility 2023: Digital Loop accelerates software-defined vehiclesIn this episode of Automobilwoche's Cockpit Talk, the host Angelica Suri and her guest Christian Hort, Senior Vice President Automotive at T-Systems, dive deep into the world of the "Digital Loop" showcase on-site at IAA Mobility 2023.
Panel Discussion at IAA Mobility 2023: Unveiling the future of vehicle homologation Pioneering Innovation and Advancing Technology - IAA MOBILITY 2023.
IAA Mobility 2023: Homologation with Digital LoopT-Systems and partners from the Digital Loop project group present a new solution that significantly speeds up the process of homologation for cars: Virtual homologation for Software Updates. The German Federal Motor Transport Authority approves new car models for road traffic. The so-called homologation takes several months. The Audi A4, for example, will then be approved for road traffic for the entire series – so far. In the meantime, however, cars have become computers on four wheels. And computers need software updates. Cars will soon receive several updates per month. Some of them are relevant for safety – and require a new approval from the Federal Motor Transport Authority, for example in the lane departure warning system. If each of these updates takes weeks to be approved, safety-relevant functions will be released into cars far too late. The solution to this is the Digital Loop.
SAP Circular Economy ShowcaseThis showcase demonstrates how an automotive company unlocks new value sources and increases business potential in a circular economy. Experience key components of a circular economy and learn how T-Systems' end-to-end SAP solutions support companies with product footprint management to optimize resource and carbon footprint in their operation.
Connected Cars Use Case: Over the Air Updates with AWSConnected Cars on their way to software-defined vehicles: a sophisticated software update management system (SUMS) is not only important for a great user experience, differentiation and the rollout of new services into cars in the automotive area, but it is essential to fulfil regulatory demands. Watch our case study video and find out how AWS cloud can serve as a powerful, scalable, region-overarching backend for the SUMS.
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