Adapting Supply Relationships To Embrace Disruptive Tech

Law360, New York (February 14, 2017, 10:54 AM EST) -- Marjorie H. Loeb

Linda L. Rhodes Building connected and autonomous vehicles requires the automotive industry, both manufacturers and traditional component suppliers, to embrace disruptive technology and work hand-in-hand with information technology providers. Bringing together these two spheres, however, will not be without its challenges. While both are well-versed in complex operating systems, they approach system development and integration from two very different paradigms and will need to bridge those differences to work cooperatively.

Traditional vehicle and component manufacturers have generally worked in closed ecosystems with long, but finite, development cycles. They are accustomed to compliance with complex regulatory regimes and other...

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