Collaboration between semiconductor companies and the automotive industry is growing rapidly, driven by a chip shortage and the recognition that cars are becoming more and more digital.
More than a year into the crisis, executives at car and chip makers are forging closer ties to work together to address shortages and introduce new products. The change was on display as executives from chip companies such as Intel Corp., Qualcomm Inc. and Nvidia Corp. flocked to an annual auto show in Munich last week to sell chips for new car displays, driver-assistance features, and more. Was attracted by the promise. and other vehicle applications.