Antonio Garzon

Antonio Garzon

Mr. Antonio Garzon, a senior analyst at IHS Markit, covers automotive infotainment, body electronics and advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS).

Antonio Garzon is a senior analyst for the automotive technology team. He conducts research and analysis on the automotive electronics and semiconductor markets with a special focus on infotainment, body electronics and advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS).

Antonio has worked in the infotainment departments of Seat, Aston Martin and BMW and as a test development engineer at NXP. Prior to that, he conducted research on artificial intelligence for Bosch, Sony, Telefónica and Fraunhofer.

Antonio holds a Bachelor in Telecommunications Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain and holds a Master of Science in Information Technology from the University of Stuttgart, Germany. He speaks English, German and Spanish. 


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Cellular vs 802.11-Based Communications: Conflicting or Complementing Technologies - 2018

Cellular vs 802.11-Based Communications: Conflicting or Complementing Technologies? ▪ Global vehicle production, automated driving and embedded telematics estimates though 2030 ▪ Timeline and key events ▪ Current V2X scenario ▪ 802.11p and C-V2X comparisonand ecosystems ▪ V2X vendors: semiconductor, software, module, device, network equipment, automobile OEMs ▪ C-V2X trials ▪ V2X use cases, safety and automated driving latency requirements ▪ European Commission guiding policy principles ▪ Key questions

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EMCC event tackles multi-core processing for autonomous vehicles of the future

Experts from the automotive software and hardware industry met last month in a technical gathering to discuss the latest trends and developments in multi-core processing architecture for automated driving and the car of the future, making liberal use of buzzwords like real-time, high-performance, deterministic, partitioning, safety, and security.

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