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    BERYLLS POINT OF VIEW

    THE FUTURE OF AUTOMOTIVE R&D: LESSONS FOR OEMS FROM SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

    Munich, October 2021 | Topic: Systems Engineering

     

    With cars becoming devices-on-wheels, traditional OEM R&D organizations are reaching their limits. The component-focused organizations, that have at their core not changed since the mid-90s, are failing to tackle the complexity of modern, software-defined vehicles, as they were simply not set-up for this – but there is a tried and tested approach they can adopt.

     

    By following systems engineering principles and translating them into their organization, OEMs can reduce development and management efforts and increase the quality of the product.

     

    Find out more on which approaches we recommend the R&D organization of the future should take in our newest Berylls Insight “The future of automotive R&D: Lessons for OEMs from systems engineering”.

    DR. JAN BURGARD

    CEO

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    TIMO KRONEN

    Partner

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    HEIKO WEBER

    Partner

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    SEBASTIAN BÖSWALD

    Senior Associate

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    AUTHORS

    Dr. Jan Burgard
    CEO
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    Timo Kronen
    Partner
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    Heiko Weber
    Partner
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    Sebastian Böswald
    Senior Associate
    [email protected]

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