Vehicle tech abounds at CES 2022, with sensors and software

Analysts widely believe the chip shortage for automobiles that has wrecked manufacturer revenues in 2021 will continue well into 2022. Key components could be available for no more than 60% of the global demand for EVs, according to Real-Time Innovations, a maker of autonomous vehicle software used by half of the top 10 public EV companies.

Because of the impact of the chip shortage, new automotive power players will emerge in 2022, said Pedro Lopez Estepa, market development director for automotive at RTI. He named the IPOs of Arrival, Lucid and Rivian.



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