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New roads for chip procurement

Amid global shortages, auto manufacturers are rethinking how they source the chips needed to help drivers brake swiftly, fuse laser and LiDAR data to detect objects, and other automated activities. Our survey found three new paths in which many OEMs expect to take on more of the design and development work themselves.

New roads for chip procurement
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To read the article, see “Automotive semiconductors for the autonomous age,” August 3, 2021.