The value of expert advice in automotive procurement
The average car has about 30,000 components, an increasing number of which are electronic. A significant number of these will be supplied by third parties. It is the car maker’s job to ensure that every single component meets the standards it has set, so that the finished product is fit for its task, cars function perfectly, and the car maker’s reputation is at least maintained and at best enhanced. Paul Norbury, CEO, Cardwave, explai...
Embedded or removable memory?
Deciding whether to use removable or embedded memory is one of the earliest decisions a designer has to make, so getting it right is crucial to the rest of the development process. Sometimes the choice is clear cut, but in other situations it’s finely balanced. Cardwave CEO Paul Norbury looks at the pros and cons of each option.