BMW AG and International Business Machines Corp. join forces to develop an integrated set of processes, tools and services to improve the software and electronic systems used in new vehicles. According to IBM, electronics and software will account for about 90% of all future automobile innovations. By the year 2010, electronics and software are expected to account for 40% of a vehicle’s production costs. The new initiative, dubbed the Automotive Software Foundry, will ...
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