Study: Value share of electronics in the car increasing rapidly: Page 2 of 2

January 20, 2020 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
Electronics content in cars to reach $7000 in five years, study predicts
Already for several years, technology masterminds are been talking about cars increasingly becoming "computers on wheels". Through a recent study, consulting firm Roland Berger is substantiating this statement with facts and forecasts.

The industry has already responded to this development in part: For example, car manufacturers are entering into partnerships with competitors and forming consortia with semiconductor specialists. "Very few companies will be able to map the entire electronics and software supply chain on their own and bear the corresponding investments," comments Meissner.

Before companies take such steps, they should first redefine their position in the value chain. "Only then can manufacturers and suppliers decide which know-how in the fields of electronics, semiconductors and software they need to build up and which cooperations will bring advantages," says Meissner.

The study can be found here:

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