In Conversation with Qualcomm's Nakul Duggal

Nakul Duggal, SVP and GM, Automotive, Qualcomm Technologies, talks about how evolving consumer demands for safety and other services is driving growth for the connected-vehicle architecture and more.

By Mayank Dhingra calendar 26 Jul 2022 Views icon7336 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp

The automotive industry's future is being defined by connectivity that aims to transform vehicles beyond products on two or more wheels. Connectivity is driving new-age relationships between customers and vehicle manufacturers, and the in-cabin experience and software ecosystem is modernising cars.

In the Part-I of this interview series, Nakul Duggal, SVP and GM, Automotive, Qualcomm Technologies, talks about how evolving consumer demands for safety and other services is driving growth for the connected-vehicle architecture, and how 5G is set to enable growth in the coming decade.

Watch Part-II of the Nakul Duggal interview -
In Conversation with Qualcomm's Nakul Duggal

 

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