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Arm launches hardware platforms for software-defined cars


The Transform Technology Summits start October 13th with Low-Code/No Code: Enabling Enterprise Agility. Arm unveiled some new tools for chipmakers and car makers to developed "software-defined" automobiles of the future. Software-defined automobiles are those that can be reprogrammed for different functions using software, even after the cars ship to owners. Cambridge, England-based Arm is working with major automobile suppliers and tech firms including AWS, Continental, Cariad, and more. The car features range from driver-assisted safety measures to self-driving cars. But the one thing they share in common is that they're loaded with electronics.