In vehicle parts, the chip is the core. A chip can be understood as a large number of integrated circuits embedded in a semiconductor, such as silicon, to perform a certain function. At present, there are many ways to classify automotive chips, such as functional chips, power devices and sensors, SOC, MCU and AI, core control systems, intelligent driving systems and interactive experience systems, and some merely compare them with human bodies.
But in any case, chips are used in more or less every part of the vehicle except the part that is mechanically accomplished.
For example, if you want the door to lock automatically, switch on and off remotely, press the button to open the window, etc.
The most important chip, of course, is the master chip associated with the smart cockpit and autonomous driving. In autonomous driving, Tesla's unique FSD autopilot chip, Intel and Nvidia have pretty much split the remaining autopilot chip market share, but Chinese power represented by Horizon is still increasing.
At present, it is consequently hard to cope with the increasingly complex software and hardware controls of the automotive and machine ecosystems. In addition, we can currently see that the chip performs nicely on the Roewe RX5MAX powered by the ALiOS operating system.
It can rapidly process video, images and other data, and can achieve complicated and efficient natural language processing. The intelligent experience it produces is unmatched by other products.
It can be forecast that with the development of intelligent vehicles, the importance of automotive chips is growing, and the industrial pattern is silently reshaping. With the world's largest vehicle market, competition for car chip tracks has become increasingly significant.