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Driving automation

The future of self-driving cars depends above all on safety and reliability, enabled by intelligent industry. We help automotive industry clients innovate and differentiate in this dynamic space.

Fully autonomous driving – one of the key outcomes of intelligent industry – is on its way, but reaching that goal is challenging.

Customers will only embrace self-driving car technology to the extent that they perceive it as safe and reliable. And to achieve acceptable levels of safety and reliability, the automotive industry will need to undertake substantial verification and validation activity, run billions of kilometers of road tests generating big data at scales rarely seen, and implement the infrastructure and analytics to process that data.

Capgemini can help automotive manufacturers to create a strategic plan for self-driving car technology, and then to implement that plan. For example, we work with OEMs to put in place the architecture and technology required to build confidence in autonomous driving software and guarantee the safety of the entire system.

Driving automation systems validation

We make autonomous vehicle development and driving safe – powered by data.

We provide end-to-end support in advanced driving automation systems validation and verification as follows:

  • We build and manage data sets for training self-driving vehicle algorithms based on both simulations and real-world data, and implement autonomous and safety functions in all vehicles.
  • We help OEMs and other players address legal responsibility issues relating to the data and systems developed, through validation and verification of autonomous driving technology.
  • We contribute extensive experience in 5G, one of the core technologies that will enable autonomous driving on public roads, and can support everything from building the infrastructure to designing and manufacturing connected vehicles with embedded 5G technology.

Driving the Future podcast

No single company can know or do everything that they need, given the increasing complexity of the automotive world and the drive for sustainability. In this episode of Driving the Future, we turn things over to the Automotive News Europe podcast, where as part of their episode of Rising Star Speak series, Host Luca Ciferri from Automotive News Europe talks with Virginie Maillard, Head of Technology U.S. and Head of Simulation & Digital Twin Field at Siemens and Alexandre Audoin Executive Vice President, Head of Automotive Industry, Capgemini group, about technological disruptions, intelligent operations and the metaverse’s impact on the automotive industry.

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    Intelligent Industry

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      Meet our expert

      Evy Nerinckx

      Head of Manufacturing & Automotive, Capgemini Belgium
      With an international mindset, Evy brings a global perspective to the table. Having experienced diverse cultures and working environments, she possess a deep understanding of the complexities and opportunities that arise in the global marketplace. This global outlook enables her to understand the unique challenges and opportunities faced by our customers in the Manufacturing & Automotive sectors across various regions. Her passion for data-driven sustainability, this not only adds value to businesses but also optimizes costs simultaneously. By integrating sustainability into the core of your business operations, we can achieve long-term success and contribute to a better future for our planet.