CES 2022: Study of major automotive semiconductor announcements

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Jeep Compass Latitude FWD
Jeep Compass Latitude FWD with Qualcomm's Snapdragon Digital Chassis platform
(on display at the Qualcomm booth at CES 2022)

  At the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) held in Las Vegas in January 2022, there were many automotive-related exhibits, and many semiconductor manufacturers also exhibited their products with automotive applications in mind. In particular, there were many interesting exhibits related to ADAS and autonomous driving, and it seems that the speculations of each company were apparent. This report attempts to touch on the strategies and backgrounds of those companies while looking at some of the company announcements that were particularly noteworthy.


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