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Off-Highway Vehicles

Connected, Autonomous, Electric

Until 2026, autonomous off-highway equipment is expected to expand at a 28.7% compound annual growth rate (CAGR). As a result, OEMs and Tier-1 suppliers are developing robust solutions with a mix of capabilities and functionality for operator assistance. Electric off-highway vehicles needs have increased due to lower maintenance costs, more reliable operation, and zero tailpipe emissions. However, as architectural complexity and computational demands grow, solutions that balance performance and cost-effectiveness will be required.

Insights & Experiences

Advantages of autonomous off-highway vehicles
Blog

Advantages of autonomous off-highway vehicles

Next Generation Telematics Application Development
Case Study

Next Generation Telematics Application Development

Vision based terrain mapping and visualization
Case Study

Vision based terrain mapping and visualization

Greenhouse automation for precision farming and crop management
Future Case Scenario

Greenhouse automation for precision farming and crop management

Excavator Cabin Displays - UI Design & Development
Case Study

Excavator Cabin Displays - UI Design & Development

Remote control of autonomous mining vehicle
Case Study

Remote control of autonomous mining vehicle

48V-12V DC-DC Converter ECU Validation for OEM
Case Study

48V-12V DC-DC Converter ECU Validation for OEM

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