Digital future of automotive
Global trends in urbanization, climate change, digitalization and shifting economic power all pose significant automotive industry challenges. The new automotive business model is customer service-centric. In this new world, mobility becomes both shared and autonomous.
Rigid barriers between automotive and other sectors dissolve too. The rise of electric vehicles, for example, creates new synergies between automotive and urban infrastructure organizations.
Massive change occurs inside the factory and the supply chain, as ever-more advanced data analytics, virtualized computing models and robotics in the automotive industry gain momentum.
And as increasingly customer-centric automotive models come to dominate the industry, so the need for balanced agility and data security in the automotive industry increase in importance.
As a partner, Atos has the automotive, the manufacturing and business technology knowledge needed for the digital transformation ahead.
PWC estimates that up to 20% of all vehicles will be autonomous by 2030.
Imagine a Battery Centric World –
Imagine a Battery Centric World –
Das Szenario der “Battery-centric world” führt sowohl für die Automobilindustrie als auch für Energieunternehmen zu einem Paradigmenwechsel. Es wird unzählige Geschäftsmodelle geben, welche Profitabilität und Nachhaltigkeit verbinden und die weit über den Verkauf von Fahrzeug, Strom und Batterie hinausgehen.
Customer transformation challenges
Look at digital transformation in automotive from four perspectives …
How do you turn one-time vehicle purchases into life-time mobility partnerships, from design through to eventual decommission?
How can analytics in automotive contribute to outstanding build and service quality across global supply and distribution chains?
Where are your new alliances and opportunities? With shared use, for example, what’s the relationship between automotive and transportation?
Trust and compliance
Can your cyber-security strategy contribute actively to both customer loyalty and industry compliance?
Key services for our automotive clients
Digital Enterprise: Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things
Driving the new industrial revolution in automotive.
Digital Services with Atos Codex Analytics Solutions
Exploiting automotive data assets from across the service and production landscapes.
Autonomous driving and electric vehicles
Participate actively in new vehicle concepts as base for new business models.
Advanced Engineering: Simulation & Testing
Bespoke HPC / CAE / CAT IT Services & Platforms to accelerate product engineering and validation.
Cyber-Security for Automotive
Actively managing all aspects of automotive security and compliance.
Digital Services and Connected Vehicles
Drive loyalty and growth with digital Services in a connected and shared mobile world.
Digital Workplace for your battle for talents
Establish a workplace that will attract and retain the best and brightest of the digital generation.
“We are very happy with the development of the Alliance over the past five years. The Alliance has driven additional joint order intake for both companies, it has sparked many new innovations and it has contributed to improved shareholder returns. I am also pleased that Atos is a key ecosystem partner for our MindSphere industrial cloud platform.”
Roland Busch, member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG and member of the Board of Atos SE.
Who needs to Own a Car?
Despite predictions of decline in the automotive industry, Atos believes opportunity awaits manufacturers that align business models and offerings to emerging motivations of customers. This includes the evolution of vehicle ownership to a customer mindset of “access to mobility” instead.
Transforming the automotive value proposition means transforming manufacturing operating models to be successful.
The perfect storm for the Automotive Industry
The global trends of urbanization, climate change and digitalization are challenging the automotive industry. Atos believes that this will lead to a customer service centric business model. Mobility in this new world will be shared and autonomous.
Measuring productivity is historically a divisive issue for employers and employees. In the age of the new normal, in some organizations there is a semblance of a ‘Big Brother’ attitude toward productivity monitoring owing to reduced communication,
As the world slowly emerges from pandemic-driven lockdowns, social distancing and remote home offices; modes of daily transportation will be a top-of-mind issue for both working and socializing.
As manufacturers look with hopeful expectation to 2021, the automotive industry finds itself at a figurative fork in the road: veer one way and OEMs are diving deeply into new technologies to reach a wider range of customers with optimized product lines.
Nothing less than daily vigilance. That’s the expectation of a concerned customer base as well as government agencies regarding decarbonization.
With the shift towards battery electric and hybrid vehicles, cost and time-to-market are particularly critical for all companies in the automotive and e-mobility industry, while every component must be tested to optimise quality and reliability.