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Volvo Cars - Tech Moment - Core computing animation

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This animation illustrates how Volvo over time will centralise computing. In today’s cars, software runs in individual electronic control units. In the next generation Volvo cars, the company will centralise computing into three main computers that will run a large part of the software while enabling greater flexibility and faster development. In the next technology upgrade, Volvo Cars intends to centralise most computing into a single core system.

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