Implementing Distributed Automatic Telematics More Efficiently
One example is the growing use of telematics in automobiles, where traditional development techniques cannot keep pace with the market demand for innovation. Automotive companies are demanding much faster turnaround for telematics, which have grown in complexity four-fold over just a couple of years, especially compared to the control systems that drive the rest of the car.
This demands an approach to development that is both faster and more flexible, while maintaining the same level of reliability expected by automotive manufacturers. A data-centric approach to the development of complex systems such as telematics offers a way of streamlining the process and of improving the system's flexibility.