Futurum analysts Daniel Newman and Todd R. Weiss look closely as Luminar Technologies’ Q2 2022 revenue rises 57% to $9.9M YoY for its autonomous vehicle LiDAR product lines and services and explore what they see ahead for the company.
Futurum analysts Daniel Newman and Todd R. Weiss report as Lattice Semiconductor Q2 2022 revenue hits record $161M, giving the low power programmable FPGA maker another successful quarter in a turbulent market.
Futurum analyst Todd R. Weiss explores Qualcomm’s announcement that Qualcomm Snapdragon SoCs will power Volkswagen’s CARIAD software platform in the future to provide in-vehicle assisted and automated driving functions up to Level 4 by the mid-2020s.
Futurum’s Daniel Newman explores the news that Nissan will utilize Luminar’s LIDAR technology in its next-generation advanced driver systems, offering insight on how this will expand Luminar’s reach in the automotive industry.
Futurum’s principal analyst Daniel Newman discusses the expanded partnership between Qualcomm, BMW, and Arriver, focusing on how this partnership will help Qualcomm further its automotive strategy and ambitions.
Futurum’s principal analyst Daniel Newman breaks down the new partnership between GM and Qualcomm and what it will mean for the automotive industry.
Qualcomm has announced a collaboration with BMW to bring its Snapdragon Ride Platform to BMW’s next generation of ADAS and automated driving platforms. Futurum’s principal analyst Daniel Newman explores what this news means for Qualcomm’s ambitions in the automotive space.
Futurum Senior Analyst Olivier Blanchard breaks down how Qualcomm’s partnership with Spoke, the mobility platform, finally brings C-V2X technology to vulnerable road users (VRUs) like cyclists and scooter riders to make sharing the road with cars and trucks more safe. This analysis covers some of the most positive aspects of this partnership, as well as some of the main market hurdles that Spoke’s solutions may initially encounter in its first 12 to 24 months.
Futurum’s Olivier Blanchard on Apple’s search for automotive LiDAR supplier fueling new rumors about Project Titan. While it may make more sense for Apple to stay in its consumer electronics lane, where it could focus on building a first rate Smart Home ecosystem to displace Alphabet and Amazon, and make XR cool enough to displace Microsoft, Oculus (Facebook), and potentially other consumer electronic giants like Samsung, Sony, HTC, and more, the real flex play for Apple this decade, its boldest hard swing for the fences, lies in entering the automotive market to take on Tesla.
Qualcomm’s automotive sector strategy shifts into high gear this week with a very of announcements combining powerful SOCs, homogeneous system design and 5G to deliver best-in-class technology solutions to global automakers.