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Vehicle OTA Research: OTA functions tend to cover a full life cycle and feature SOA and central supercomputing.

In the trend for software-defined vehicles, OTA installations are surging, and software is updated far more frequently. 

According to the statistics from ResearchInChina, from January to June 2023, OTA was installed in 5.274 million passenger cars in China, a like-on-like jump of 31.8%; the installation rate of passenger car OTA in China hit 57.0%, a spike of 11.9 percentage points over the same period of the previous year.  

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As of July 2023, 57 auto brands (including emerging, Chinese independent, and joint venture brands) had accomplished about 696 OTA updates, including 338 updates by 11 emerging brands, 229 OTA updates by 30 Chinese independent brands and 129 OTA updates by joint venture brands

In the past two years, OTA updates have become much more frequent, especially carried out by new high-end brands of emerging carmakers or conventional OEMs. Emerging carmakers like Tesla keep offering updates almost every month, and there are several minor updates on each major version, covering the full range of models (the updates on the same version may slightly vary over models); Xpeng provides OTA updates almost every month in 2023. 

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In terms of operation, new energy vehicle companies such as NIO, Xpeng, Li Auto, Voyah, ZEEKR and IM Motors are also willing to listen to users' opinions while fixing problems, and solicit feedback and suggestions from users to design and upgrade some realizable functions, so as to enhance driving experience and brand loyalty. For example, the OTA updates on the IMO 2.0 for IM L7 in April 2023 were made by following through on suggestions from IM's users.

As vehicles become ever more intelligent, vehicle OTA updates provide a wider coverage, and the speed and performance of OTA updates are also improving rapidly.

Brand-new electronic/electrical architecture has become a key cornerstone for vehicle OTA. In the evolution from domain integration to centralization, OTA coverage on various models become ever wider on the basis that hardware configuration and Ethernet communication are being improved. In Changan Automobile’s case, with the launch of new models based on new platform architecture, OTA updates that were originally available to over 10 controllers now can cover nearly 40 controllers of Changan Deepal in the power, chassis, intelligent cockpit, intelligent driving, and body control domains.   

Besides wider coverage, OTA also brings better technical performance and better user experience, specifically in update speed, security and convenience,  as new architecture for new models becomes centralized, hardware and network configurations get improved, and breakthrough in OTA differential and dual-partition technologies are made. For example, based on the new architecture Fuyao X-EEA 3.5 and the vehicle software platform that is based on SOA layered vehicle and data interface design, Xpeng G6 can manage basic functions and intelligent functions in a hierarchical way, and enables paradigmatic multiplexing of software development services via APIs and atomic interfaces. This can greatly reduce the development difficulty and cost of the upper software, and increases the top vehicle OTA update speed by 300%. 

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NIO continues to improve OTA updates. First of all, the OTA updates on NIO OS2.9.0 have realized the evolution from packaged updates to differential updates and then to separate SOTA updates. Starting from NIO OS 2.9.0, NIO FOTA updates can be remotely controlled through the NIO APP. Since then, NIO has added a number of functions through OTA updates, such as appointed FOTA installation, FOTA software download after the vehicle is locked, automatic updates on system applications, etc., bringing more convenience to users, making users enjoy various applications more flexibly and timely, and responding to everyone's feedback more nimbly.

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To meet the surging market demand, OTA suppliers keep improving their product systems and gradually built end-to-end full-lifecycle solutions.

In the fierce competition in new energy vehicle intelligence, the automotive industry will see a gradual transition to the "era of software-defined vehicles". OTA is the first definitive opportunity in the trend for software-defined vehicles. The OEM installation rate of OTA has approached 60%, and automakers gradually shift their focus from OTA construction to OTA operation and subscription. After all, user experience is the key to testing OTA. Suppliers such as ABUP, CAROTA, Harman, Bosch ETAS, Desay SV and PATEO CONNECT+ thus work to deploy OTA end-to-end solutions to meet the fast-growing market demand.    

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HARMAN OTA has formed a partnership with the IC continuous monitoring solution provider proteanTecs in view to further strengthen HARMAN’s Predictive and Preventive Maintenance (PPM) offering for the next-generation Software Defined Vehicle. The solution will enable vehicle OEMs to efficiently predict a multitude of issues before they become real problems and then utilize HARMAN’s state of the art OTA capabilities to detect and fix the issues to minimize the possibility of failures.

Since it deployed multiple product lines, ABUP has successively launched the two new products of DOTA (intelligent cloud diagnosis) and VSP (vehicle software platform), and has made layout of vehicle full-lifecycle solutions in 2023, in addition to the original SOTA (vehicle software upgrade) and FOTA (vehicle hardware upgrade) products.

As for market expansion, OTA suppliers not only offer multiple flexible supply modes, but also make layout by providing pre-integrated solutions together with partners so as to gain a higher market share, reduce repeated development and improve iteration efficiency. 

In April 2023, Horizon Robotics released the TogetherROS·Auto (TROS.A) intelligent driving application development kit. ABUP OTA acts as the support channel for the iterative upgrade of TROS.A, and its OTA service module is pre-integrated into TROS.A for wide adoption of advanced intelligent driving.

In January 2023, Elektrobit announced that its OTA solution EB cadian Sync UCM Master has been pre-integrated into the Starter Kit (version 2.9 and later) of EB corbos AdaptiveCore, Elektrobit's AUTOSAR solution.

In December 2022, Elektrobit and Airbiquity announced a joint, pre-integrated OTA solution that will enable the next generation of safe and secure OTA services for the mobility industry. The solution combines Elektrobit′s in-vehicle OTA update software products with Airbiquity’s multi-ECU OTA software management platform, making it easier for OEMs to source and build an end-to-end OTA system for their vehicle fleets.

In December 2022, Elektrobit and Airbiquity announced a joint, pre-integrated OTA solution that combines Elektrobit’s in-vehicle OTA update software products with Airbiquity’s multi-ECU OTA software management platform, making it easier for OEMs to source and build an end-to-end OTA system for their vehicle fleets.

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1 Overview of Vehicle OTA Industry
1.1 Concept and Technology of OTA
1.1.1 Definition of OTA
1.1.2 Difference between SOTA and FOTA
1.1.3 Infrastructure Architecture of Vehicle OTA 
1.1.4 Infrastructure Architecture of Vehicle OTA: Infrastructure Architecture of FOTA 
1.1.5 Infrastructure Architecture of Vehicle OTA: Example of OTA Vehicle Component Architecture 
1.1.6 Infrastructure Architecture of Vehicle OTA: Vector vConnect
1.1.7 Transmission Mode of Vehicle OTA
1.1.8 OTA Update Guarantee Mechanism
1.1.9 Vehicle OTA Security Mechanism
1.1.10 Key Vehicle OTA Technology 
1.2 OTA Operation
1.2.1 Vehicle OTA Operation Strategy
1.2.2 Vehicle OTA Operation Strategy: Major Version Strategy
1.2.3 Vehicle OTA Operation Strategy: SOTA Operation
1.2.4 Vehicle OTA Operation Strategy: Data Operation
1.2.5 Vehicle OTA Operation Strategy: ZEEKR
1.2.6 Vehicle OTA Updates and User Channels
1.3 OTA's Role and Challenges
1.3.1 Key Benefits of Vehicle OTA (1)
1.3.2 Key Benefits of Vehicle OTA (2)
1.3.3 OTA Can Optimize the Development Process of Vehicles
1.3.1 Main Difficulties in the Layout of Vehicle OTA (1)
1.3.5 Main Difficulties in the Layout of Vehicle OTA (2)
1.3.6 Problems Caused by Vehicle OTA Updates
1.3.7 Complaints or Rights Protection by OEMs due to OTA Issues
1.4 OTA Industrial Models
1.4.1 Vehicle Software Development Process in OTA Model
1.4.2 Process of Vehicle OTA Updates
1.4.3 Development Model of Vehicle OTA
1.4.4 To-B Business Model of Vehicle OTA
1.4.5 Business Model of Vehicle OTA
1.4.6 Composition of Vehicle OTA Industrial Chain
1.4.7 Responsibilities of Vehicle OTA Enterprises
1.4.8 Layout of OTA Offerings from Independent Vendors
1.4.9 Layout of OTA Offerings from Tier1 Suppliers
1.4.10 Major OTA Customers of Tier1 Suppliers

2 Policies and Status Quo of Vehicle OTA
2.1 OTA Standards and Policies
2.1.1 OTA and Related Standards: OTA Regulatory Policies Are Being Improved
2.1.2 Global Vehicle Cybersecurity and Software Update Standards and Regulations
2.1.3 Software Update Regulations of the UNECE World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29)
2.1.4 UN Regulation No. 156
2.1.5 Requirements of UN Regulation No. 156 for Automakers
2.1.6 RX Software Identification Number (RXSWIN)
2.1.7 Timeline for the Implementation of UN Regulation No. 156 in Some Countries
2.1.8 ISO Standards for Vehicle OTA Updates
2.1.10 Summary on China's OTA Regulatory Policies and Standards
2.1.11 China's OTA Policies: OTA Recall Supervision
2.1.12 China's OTA Policies: Access Management of Intelligent Connected Vehicle Manufacturers and Products
2.1.13 China's OTA Policies: Notice on the Filing of OTA Updates on Vehicle Software (1)
2.1.14 China's OTA Policies: Notice on the Filing of OTA Updates on Vehicle Software (2)
2.1.15 China's OTA Policies: General Technical Requirements for Software Update of Vehicles (Draft for Comment)
2.1.16  “Test Requirements of Software Update (OTA) Cybersecurity” Was Verified
2.1.17 Guidelines for the Construction of the National Internet of Vehicles Industry Standard System (Intelligent Connected Vehicles) (2023)
2.1.18 Passenger Car OTA Recalls in China, 2021-2023 
2.2 OTA Update Process of OEMs
2.2.1 Number of OTA Updates by Major Automakers
2.2.2 Number of OTA Updates by Emerging Auto Brands
2.2.3 Number of OTA Updates by Chinese Independent Auto Brands
2.2.4 Number of OTA Updates by Joint Venture Auto Brands
2.2.5 Classification of Functions via Vehicle OTA Updates
2.2.6 Main Functions via OTA Updates
2.2.7 Main Functions via OTA Updates by Emerging Auto Brands
2.2.8 Main Functions via OTA Updates by Chinese Independent Auto Brands
2.2.9 Cockpit Functions via OTA Updates by Chinese Independent Auto Brands
2.2.10 Main Functions via OTA Updates by Joint Venture Auto Brands
2.2.11 Updates on ADAS and Autonomous Driving
2.2.12 Updates on Cockpit Display Information
2.2.13 Updates on Cockpit Entertainment Applications and Voice
2.2.14 Updates on Body Control and Air Conditioning
2.2.15 Updates on Power, Communication and Connectivity
2.2.16 New Functions, Improvements and Fixes via OTA Updates 
2.2.17 New Functions, Improvements and Fixes via OTA Updates by Chinese Independent Auto Brands
2.2.18 New Functions, Improvements and Fixes via OTA Updates by Joint Venture Auto Brands
2.2.19 OTA Update Frequency of Emerging Automakers, 2022-2023
2.2.20 OTA Update Frequency of Joint Ventures, 2022-2023
2.2.21 OTA Update Frequency of Chinese Independent Automakers, 2022-2023
2.2.22 Summary on Implementation Characteristics of OTA Updates by OEMs (1)
2.2.23 Summary on Implementation Characteristics of OTA Updates by OEMs (2) 
2.3 OTA Market Size
2.3.1 OTA Installations in Passenger Cars in China, H1 2023
2.3.2 TOP20 Passenger Car Brands in China by OTA Installations, H1 2023
2.3.3 TOP20 Passenger Car Models in China by OTA Installations, H1 2023
2.3.4 China’s Vehicle OTA Market Size Forecast

3 Main Development Trends of Vehicle OTA 
3.1 Layout and Development Trends of OTA Technical Solutions of Major Suppliers
3.1.1 Development Trends of OTA Technology
3.1.2 Evolution Trends of OTA Technology Follow the Development of Intelligent Vehicles
3.1.3 OTA Technology Evolution Cases (1): Service-oriented OTA
3.1.4 OTA Technology Evolution Cases (2): Operation-oriented OTA
3.1.5 Features of OTA Solutions of Suppliers (1)
3.1.6 Features of OTA Solutions of Suppliers (2)
3.1.7 Features of OTA Solutions of Suppliers (3)
3.1.8 Features of OTA Solutions of Suppliers (4)
3.1.9 Pre-integration Solution Supply Strategies of OTA Suppliers
3.1.10 OTA Technology Evolution Trends of Major Suppliers
3.1.11 Product Layout of OTA Suppliers (1)
3.1.12 Product Layout of OTA Suppliers (2)
3.1.13 Product Layout of OTA Suppliers (3)
3.1.14 Product Layout of OTA Suppliers (4)
3.1.15 Product Layout of OTA Suppliers (5)
3.2 OTA Technology Evolution Trends of OEMs
3.2.1 OTA Technology Evolution Trends of OEMs (1)
3.2.2 OTA Technology Evolution Trends of OEMs (2)
3.2.3 OTA Technology Evolution Trends of OEMs (3)
3.2.4 OTA Technology Evolution Trends of OEMs (4)
3.2.5 OTA Technology Evolution Trends of OEMs (5)
3.2.6 OTA Technology Evolution Trends of OEMs (6)
3.2.7 OTA Technology Evolution of Foreign OEMs (1)
3.2.8 OTA Technology Evolution of Foreign OEMs (2)
3.2.9 OTA Technology Evolution of Chinese OEMs (1)
3.2.10 OTA Technology Evolution of Chinese OEMs (2)
3.2.11 OTA Technology Evolution of OEMs  
3.2.12 OTA Development Planning of OEMs
3.2.13 OTA Layout of Major Foreign Automakers
3.2.14 OTA Layout of Major Chinese Automakers (1)
3.2.15 OTA Layout of Major Chinese Automakers (2)
3.3 Software Payment Modes amid OTA Layout
3.3.1 Payment for Vehicle OTA Software
3.3.2 Paid Software Functions in OTA Updates by OEMs 
3.3.3 Features of Paid OTA Software Content (1)
3.3.4 Features of Paid OTA Software Content (2)
3.3.5 The Value Chain of Automakers Shifts from Hardware to User Value
3.3.6 Evolution of Sellable Software Content 
3.3.7 Sales Modes of Intelligent Vehicle Software
3.3.8 Charging Modes of Vehicle OTA Updates
3.3.9 Cases of Intelligent Vehicle Software Sales Solutions

4 Independent OTA Technology Suppliers and Solutions
4.1 Harman
4.1.1 Profile
4.1.2 Development History of OTA
4.1.3 OTA Market Performance
4.1.4 Intelligent Cockpit Product - Ready Upgrade
4.1.5 OTA V12.0
4.1.6 Architecture of OTA in AWS Cloud
4.1.7 Remote Vehicle Updating Service 
4.1.8 Smart Delta for Maps via OTA Updates
4.1.9 Harman Shield
4.1.10 Harman OTA Insight
4.1.11 Brand-new Predictive and Preventive Maintenance (PPM) Solution
4.1.12 OTA Cooperation Mode
4.2 Excelfore
4.2.1 Profile
4.2.2 OTA Solution: eSync
4.2.3 OTA Solution: eSync Server
4.2.4 OTA Solution: eSync Client & eSync Agent
4.2.5 OTA Solution: eSync Client & Agent
4.2.6 OTA Solution: Excelfore eSync SDK
4.2.7 OTA Solution: eDatX? Data Aggregation Platform
4.2.8 OTA Solution: Excelfore Docker
4.2.9 Green Hills Software has launched its eSync-compliant OTA solution
4.2.10 OTA Business Trends
4.2.11 Major Customers
4.2.12 The eSync Alliance
4.2.13 Integration of eSync and XXXXX
4.3 Airbiquity
4.3.1 Profile
4.3.2 Main Projects
4.3.3 OTAmatic
4.3.4 Main New OTA Products
4.3.5 Airbiquity Teams up with BlackBerry to Safeguard OTA Updates  
4.3.6 Airbiquity Cooperates with Elektrobit to Pre-integrate OTA solutions 
4.3.7 Airbiquity Cooperates with XX in OTA 
4.3.8 Airbiquity Cooperates with XX in OTA
4.3.9 Airbiquity Cooperates with XXX in OTA
4.3.10 OTA Business Trends
4.4 KPIT
4.4.1 Profile
4.4.2 Operation
4.4.3 OTA Solution (1)
4.4.4 OTA Solution (2)
4.4.5 KPIT OTA+Azure
4.4.6 OTA Cases
4.4.7 OTA Dynamics
4.5 ABUP
4.5.1 Profile
4.5.2 Development History
4.5.3 Vehicle Product Lines
4.5.4 OTA Solution
4.5.5 OTA Solution: Vehicle Business Architecture
4.5.6 OTA Solution: Cloud Technology Architecture
4.5.7 OTA Technology: Differential Algorithm
4.5.8 Security System Architecture
4.5.9 OTA Test and Validation Mechanism
4.5.10 OTA Solution with SOA
4.5.11 OTA Is Compatible with Multiple EEAs
4.5.12 DOTA Intelligent Cloud Diagnosis
4.5.13 Vehicle Software Lifecycle Management & Operation System VSP
4.5.14 Charging Mode
4.5.15 Dynamics (1)
4.5.16 Dynamics (2)
4.5.17 Customers and Partners
4.6 Redstone
4.6.1 Profile
4.6.2 OTA Solution and Latest Features: FOTA Content and Update Process
4.6.3 OTA Solution and Latest Features: FOTA Architecture and Remote Vehicle Control Updates
4.6.4 Application Cases and OTA Business Trends
4.6.5 Major Customers
4.7.1 Profile
4.7.2 OTA Solution
4.7.3 OTA Architecture
4.7.4 Core OTA Technology: Differential Packet Technology
4.7.5 IOV OTA
4.7.6 OTA Solution: Cybersecurity
4.7 Vehicle Remote Intelligent Diagnosis Platform
4.7.8 Application Case: Cooperation with Qualcomm
4.7.9 Application Case: Chery Configures CAROTA’s OTA
4.7.10 Customers and Partners

5 Tier 1 OTA Suppliers and Solutions
5.1.1 Profile
5.1.2 Business Layout
5.1.3 Basic Internet of Vehicles Business
5.1.4 Qing Cloud
5.1.5 Qing OTA
5.1.6 Qing OTA RoadMap
5.1.7 OTA Dynamics
5.2 Banma Information Technology
5.2.1 OTA Business Trends
5.2.2 OTA Update History and Dynamics
5.2.3 Development History
5.2.4 IoV Security
5.3 Desay SV
5.3.1 Profile
5.3.2 OTA Solution: Vcare Service Platform
5.3.3 OTA Solution: Vehicle OTA Updates
5.3.4 Autonomous Driving OTA
5.3.5 OTA Business Trends
5.3.6 Application Case: FAW-Volkswagen Jetta Equipped with OTA Updates
5.4 Joyson Electronics
5.4.1 Profile
5.4.2 OTA Solution
5.4.3 OTA Layout and Trends
5.5 Thundersoft
5.5.1 Intelligent Connected Vehicle FOTA Solution
5.5.2 ThunderFOTA Solution
5.5.3 Features of OTA Products (1)
5.5.4 Features of OTA Products (2)
5.5.5 Application Cases and OTA Business Trends
5.6 Bosch 
5.6.1 OTA Business Layout
5.6.2 Intelligent Transportation Business Division
5.6.3 Bosch Has Consolidated the Development for Its Universal Vehicle Software under the Umbrella of ETAS
5.6.4 Vehicle OTA Business Evolution of Bosch ETAS
5.6.5 OTA Next-gen Solution
5.6.6 OTA Solution: Architecture Example
5.6.7 OTA Next-gen Solution: Context Pipeline
5.6.8 OTA Next-gen Solution: Upgradeable Capability for the Next-generation ECU
5.6.9 OTA Next-gen Solution: End-to-end All-scenario OTA and Services 
5.6.10 OTA Next-gen Solution: Integrated Settings
5.6.11 OTA Next-gen Solution: Example of the Whole OTA Update Process 
5.6.12 Partners and OTA Business Trends
5.7 Continental 
5.7.1 OTA Layout
5.7.2 OTA Solution: EB cadian Sync
5.7.3 Remote Analytics Solution: EB Cadian Analytics
5.7.4 OTA Security Solution: Vehicle Safety Solution in Cooperation with Argus (1)
5.7.5 OTA Security Solution: Vehicle Safety Solution in Cooperation with Argus (2)
5.7.6 OTA Integrated with EB Corbos
5.7.7 Application Cases
5.7.8 Partners and Dynamics
5.8.1 OTA Business Trends
5.8.2 CIP Features OTA Updates
5.8.3 OTA Dynamics
5.8.4 Cybersecurity Trends
5.9 Aptiv 
5.9.1 OTA Business Layout (1)
5.9.2 OTA Business Layout (2)
5.9.3 OTA Solution and Customers
5.9.4 OTA Business Layout
5.9.5 Acquisition of Wind River
5.9.6 The Next-generation Software Architecture and Tools
5.9.7 Wind River’s OTA Solution: EDGE SYNC
5.9.8 Integration of EDGE SYNC and Airbiquity OTA
5.9.9 SVA Supports OTA Updates (1)
5.9.10 SVA Supports OTA Updates (2)
5.9.11 OTA Dynamics
5.10 Denso 
5.10.1 OTA Solution and Partners
5.10.2 OTA Solution and Partners: Investment in Airbiquity 
5.10.3 Software Layout
5.10.4 Vehicle-cloud Integrated Layout
5.10.5 Cybersecurity Layout
5.11 ZF 
5.11.1 OTA Solution and Partners

6 OTA Functions and Layout of Major Automakers
6.1 Tesla
6.1.1 Models with OTA and Technical Features of OTA
6.1.2 Main Steps of OTA Updates
6.1.3 OTA Update History: Number of Updates by Domain
6.1.4 OTA Update History: Details of OTA Updates in 2023
6.1.5 OTA Update History: Details of OTA Updates in 2022
6.1.6 OTA Update History: Details of OTA Updates in 2021
6.1.7 Model Planning
6.1.8 OTA Charging Modes
6.2 GM 
6.2.1 Models with OTA and Technical Features of OTA
6.2.2 Vehicle OTA Function Layout: Fuel Vehicles Gain OTA Functions by the Next-generation Electronic and Electrical Architecture 
6.2.3 OTA Update History: Cadillac
6.2.4 OTA Update History: Buick
6.2.5 OTA Update History: Chevrolet
6.2.6 Buick eConnect3.0 OTA Architecture Solution
6.2.7 OTA Development Planning
6.2.8 Partners
6.3 Ford 
6.3.1 Models with OTA and Software Update Modes
6.3.2 Technical Features of OTA
6.3.3 OTA Update History: China
6.3.4 OTA Update History: Overseas OTA Update History of Ford Power Ups
6.3.5 Blue Oval Intelligence
6.3.6 Operational Scale of OTA
6.3.7 Partners and OTA Development Planning
6.4 Toyota 
6.4.1 Models with OTA
6.4.2 Current Interconnection Services (1)
6.4.3 Current Interconnection Services (2)
6.4.4 OTA Layout (1)
6.4.5 OTA Layout (2)
6.4.6 OTA Layout (3)
6.4.7 OTA Update History
6.4.8 OTA Updates for Race Cars
6.4.9 OTA Partners
6.4.10 Software Platform Layout
6.5 Honda 
6.5.1 Models with OTA
6.5.2 Technical Features of OTA
6.5.3 OTA Update History: China
6.5.4 OTA Update History: Overseas
6.5.5 Software Layout
6.6 Hyundai 
6.6.1 Models with OTA and Technical Features of OTA: Hyundai
6.6.2 Models with OTA and Technical Features of OTA: Kia  
6.6.3 OTA Update Process
6.6.4 OTA Update History
6.6.5 Hyundai's "Strategy 2030" and OTA Plan
6.6.6 Kia’s "Strategy 2030" and OTA Plan
6.6.7 Partners and Dynamics in Cooperation
6.7 Volkswagen 
6.7.1 OTA Layout
6.7.2 OTA Update History: Volkswagen
6.7.3 OTA Update History: Audi
6.7.4 Strategy 2030
6.7.5 Software Layout
6.7.6 Dynamics in Cooperation
6.8 BMW 
6.8.1 Technical Features of OTA
6.8.2 OTA Update Process
6.8.3 OTA Update History: Overseas
6.8.4 OTA Update History: China
6.8.5 OTA Update Plan
6.8.6 Functions on Demand via OTA (1)
6.8.7 Functions on Demand via OTA (2)
6.8.8 Software Platform
6.8.9 Dynamics
6.9 Daimler 
6.9.1 Features of OTA
6.9.2 OTA Design of Mercedes-Benz STAR 3 Architecture
6.9.3 OTA Update History
6.9.4 OTA Subscription
6.9.5 Partners and Dynamics
6.10 Volvo 
6.10.1 Models with OTA
6.10.2 Update History
6.10.3 Technical Features of OTA
6.10.4 Connectivity Platform
6.10.5 Key Partners for Software Development
6.11 NIO 
6.11.1 Models with OTA and Technical Features of OTA
6.11.2 Intelligent System
6.11.3 OTA Update History: 2022-2023
6.11.4 OTA Update History: 2022
6.11.5 OTA Update History: 2021
6.11.6 OTA Update History: 2020
6.11.7 OTA Technology and Process
6.11.8 OTA Security Mechanism
6.11.9 Development Evolution of OTA Technology
6.12 Xpeng 
6.12.1 Models with OTA and Features of OTA
6.12.2 OTA Update History: 2022-Jul 2023
6.12.3 OTA Update History: 2021-Jul 2022
6.12.4 OTA Update History: 2019-2020
6.12.5 Features of Sensorless Vehicle OTA
6.12.6 OTA Technology of Fuyao Architecture
6.12.7 Evolution and Planning of Intelligent System
6.12.8 Development Evolution of OTA Technology
6.13 Li Auto
6.13.1 Features of OTA
6.13.2 Requirements of OTA Updates
6.13.3 OTA Update History: 2023
6.13.4 OTA Update History: 2021-Jul 2023
6.13.5 OTA Update History: 2019-2021
6.13.6 OTA Update Plan
6.13.7 Development Evolution of OTA Technology
6.14 WM Motor 
6.14.1 Models with OTA and Evolution of OTA Technology
6.14.2 Technical Features of OTA
6.14.3 OTA Update History
6.15 SAIC Passenger Vehicle
6.15.1 Models with OTA and Technical Features of OTA
6.15.2 OTA Update History of IM
6.15.3 OTA Update History of Rising Auto
6.15.4 OTA Update History of Roewe and MG-related brands
6.15.5 OTA Update Process of MG 
6.15.6 OTA Update Process of Rising Auto
6.15.7 User Feedback Mechanism
6.15.8 XOTA Solution of Z-One
6.15.9 OTA Partners
6.15.10 Evolution of OTA Technology
6.16 Geely 
6.16.1 Models with OTA
6.16.2 Update History of ZEEKR
6.16.3 Update Process and Update Plan of Lynk & Co
6.16.4 Update History of Polestar
6.16.5 OTA Update History of Geely
6.16.6 OTA Update History of GEOMETRY  
6.16.7 OTA Solution of ZEEKR (1)
6.16.8 OTA Solution of ZEEKR (2)
6.16.9 Fuel Vehicle OTA of Geely
6.16.10 Smart Geely 2025 Strategy - OTA
6.16.11 OTA Technology Evolution of Geely
6.17 GAC Motor 
6.17.1 Models with OTA and Technical Features of OTA
6.17.2 OTA Update Process
6.17.3 OTA Update History: Aion
6.17.4 OTA Update History: Trumpchi
6.17.5 OTA Cooperation Dynamics and Development Planning
6.17.6 OTA Technology Evolution
6.18 Changan Automobile
6.18.1 Models with OTA and Technical Features of OTA
6.18.2 Global Rapid OTA
6.18.3 Global Depth OTA
6.18.4 OTA Update Process
6.18.5 OTA Update History
6.18.6 Update History of Avatr
6.18.7 Update Guide of Avatr: Mobile Phone
6.18.8 Update Guide of Avatr: Vehicle
6.18.9 Evolution of OTA Technology
6.18.10 OTA Layout and Planning
6.18.11 Development Planning
6.19 BYD 
6.19.1 Models with OTA and Technical Features of OTA
6.19.2 OTA Update History (1)
6.19.3 OTA Update History (2)
6.19.4 OTA Update Example
6.19.5 Partners and Development Planning
6.19.6 Evolution of Vehicle OTA Technology
6.20 BAIC 
6.20.1 Models with OTA and Technical Features of OTA
6.20.2 OTA Update History: BAIC Motor
6.20.3 OTA Update History: ARCFOX
6.20.4 Partners and Development Planning
6.20.5 OTA Technology Evolution of BAIC BJEV
6.21 FAW 
6.21.1 Models with OTA and Features of OTA
6.21.2 OTA Update History (1)
6.21.3 OTA Update History (2)
6.21.4 OTA Update History (3)
6.21.5 OTA Partners
6.21.6 Evolution of Hongqi OTA Technology
6.22 Great Wall 
6.22.1 Models with OTA and Features of OTA
6.22.2 Update Process of WEY OTA
6.22.3 OTA Update Process of HAVAL 
6.22.4 OTA Update History: HAVAL
6.22.5 OTA Update History: WEY
6.22.6 OTA Update History: ORA & Tank
6.22.7 OTA Plan for 2023
6.22.8 Development Planning and OTA
6.22.9 Partners and Development Planning
6.22.10 Evolution of OTA Technology
6.23 Dongfeng Motor 
6.23.1 Models with OTA and Technical Features of OTA
6.23.2 OTA Update History of Voyah
6.23.3 OTA Update History
6.23.4 OTA Update Process
6.23.5 Partners and Development Planning
6.24 Chery 
6.24.1 Models with OTA and Technical Features of OTA
6.24.2 OTA Update History
6.24.3 OTA Development Planning

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