What’s driving the acceleration around the digital transformation in the automotive industry? Wards Intelligence Chief Analyst Steve Bell discusses the auto industry’s coming evolution from car maker to mobility supplier and the new software-defined vehicle architectures that will make it all possible with Said Tabet, chief architect of Digital Ecosystems for the global CTO Office at Dell Technologies. Tabet talks about the importance of next-gen hardware and sensors, edge computing and advanced connectivity to the industry’s future and the product-development challenges automakers are facing.
Steve Bell is an accomplished strategy and technology analyst with Informa Tech Automotive Group. He is focused on the development of the automotive market, landscape, ecosystem and value chain. His coverage at Wards Intelligence and TU-Automotive focuses on connectivity-based technology transformation (4G, 5G, V2X, Satellite, Mobile Edge computing, AI, IoT, cybersecurity and blockchain) on vehicles, development and production and adjacent areas such as smart cities.
Dr. Said Tabet is a Dell Distinguished Engineer, global lead for Mobility Digital Ecosystem and Digital Twins at Dell Technologies CTO Office. Said is a member of the Object Management Group Board of Directors and a member of the Digital Twin Consortium Steering Committee. Said is a member of the Automotive Edge Computing Consortium Board of Directors representing Dell Technologies and a liaison representative to 3GPP and 5GAA. Said is also a founding member of the program Committee for IoT Solutions World Congress and contributes to several AI, Edge, Digital Mobility, and Digital Twin industrial initiatives. Said serves as a Fellow at the Cloud Security Alliance.
Dell Technologies helps automotive companies pursue new data-driven business opportunities in the software-defined era with future-proof infrastructure built on massively scalable, high performance storage systems, intelligent servers, access to your choice of public cloud services, a streaming data platform, and a well-vetted ecosystem of software partners. We can support both traditional workflows and data-intensive, emerging AI workflows. Dell Technologies solutions offer simplified data management and predictable performance all at the massive scale required for ADAS and AD development and testing.