Software Series 4: SDVs Explained (4/4)

What are Amazon's SDV use cases?



  In this report, we will look at the use cases of a SDV (Software Defined Vehicle) as envisioned by Amazon Web Service, Inc. (AWS), which is expanding its automotive business. AWS is an affiliate of U.S.-based, deploying the world's largest cloud service. Since integration with cloud services is essential for software-defined vehicles (SDVs), the use cases envisioned by AWS will provide hints for thinking about what kind of new value the cloud and software can bring to cars.


Software Series report:
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Software Series 1: SDVs Explained (1/4) Increasing attention to vehicle software as CASE dramatically changes value of cars (Apr. 2023)

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