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While passive and active safety systems have significantly improved the safety of cars across all segments, the industry believes the power of future safety systems lies with the integration of the two structures. Sensors, controllers, data interpretation and intervention protocols have to work seamlessly to take safety performance to the next level.
With electric cars, ride-sharing, and self-driving technology, the automotive industry is on the verge of disruption. In the near future, people won't need to own vehicles anymore - it'll become a luxury. Just like back in the day, when mass-produced cars first hit the streets and horses went from being an everyday necessity to becoming a recreational asset for wealthy equine enthusiasts.
Automotive IQ sat down with Mr. Pipponzi, Functional Safety Automation Manager at Intel Corporation, to discuss the increasing complexity in functional safety for electric and automated vehicles.