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The goal of the Center of Automotive Management (CAM) in the area of AutomotiveINNOVATIONS is to provide comprehensive information and analyses on technologies and innovations of automotive manufacturers and supplier companies. We investigate the success factors of the automotive innovation chain for our customers, including monitoring and benchmark analyses of innovation leaders and followers in the future fields of automobility.


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AutomotiveINNOVATIONS Report 2021

The AutomotiveINNOVATIONS Report 2021 identifies the future trends of 30 automotive groups and innovative startups with approx. 80 brands from Europe, Japan, the USA and China, among others, on the basis of almost 650 categorized and individually evaluated vehicle technology innovations of the year 2020/21.

The study is divided into two main parts:

1) Detailed explanations based on charts on technology trends from the areas of alternative drives and electromobility, autonomous driving and safety, interface and networking.

2) Innovation profiles of the most important manufacturers and suppliers as well as rankings of the most innovative car groups, brands and models.

The study has been available since August 2021.

AutomotiveINNOVATIONS 2020

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Overview of current studies

Mobility Services Report (MSR) 2021

Mobility Services Report (MSR) 2021

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Connected Car Innovation (CCI) Studie 2021

Connected Car Innovation (CCI) Study 2021

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