Weekly Brief


Weekly Brief

Thursday, March 19,2020

Feature of the Week

The electric vehicle market is still at a relatively early stage of development, yet it guarantees to reshape industries and communities around the globe.  Read more
Connected cars are part of superior technology—the Internet of Things (IoT), which connects everyday devices through the internet.  Read more
Global e-commerce trades for the automotive aftermarket are expected to rise at a compound annual rate of 18.9 percent, touching $49.5 billion in 2022.  Read more

CIO Viewpoint

By Susan Kampe, CIO, SVP Chief Information and Procurement Officer, Cooper Standard  
The starring role in any manufacturing company belongs to the products that are produced.  Read more
By Zack Hicks, North American CIO and Group VP, Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A  
Between shopping, buying, and maintaining a vehicle, Toyota owners interact with our brand roughly 30 times throughout the ownership lifecycle.  Read more

Featured Vendors

By Hock Tan, CEO,   
Broadcom is a leading provider of automotive semiconductor solutions addressing a in-vehicle connectivity and networking, optical isolation and sensing, wireless communications, and LED lighting  Read more
By Luca Scattolin, General Manager,   
At the forefront of manufacturing and supplying professional diagnostic tools, equipment, and accessories in the automotive aftermarket, Autel was founded in 2004 with a mission to simplify the repair and diagnostic procedures that are sometimes...  Read more
By Tom Blackie, Founder & CEO,   
As an automotive solution provider, VNC Automotive is helping OEMs keep their IVI software compatible with expedited mobile innovation.VNC helps providesolutions that allow OEMs to connect a phone to their car’s IVI systems. In addition to the...  Read more

CXO Insights

By David Chiu, Director, Product Marketing, CA Technologies  
Today’s vehicles are data centers on wheels, and any vehicle component that communicates externally is a potential attack vector for hackers.  Read more
By Kevin Huggard, Director, Process Automation & Architecture, Kelly Services  
Select the right level of automation based on who you want to be and stick to it. Just because robots can call customers doesn’t mean they should.  Read more
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