When it comes to today’s cars and SUVs, we certainly appreciate a sleek exterior and stunning interior, but it’s what you don’t see that really revs our engines – the software that keeps vehicles performing optimally and powers the features we love.
We provide a platform that allows automakers to build software-defined vehicles that can be updated with new features and functionality throughout their lifetimes, so we’re very well-versed in the automotive software landscape. We understand the role software plays in keeping vehicles secure, diagnosing maintenance issues, delivering an exceptional infotainment experience, and so much more. Because we’re so passionate about automotive software and what it enables, it’s easy to assume everyone shares that enthusiasm and knowledge. We don’t like making assumptions, however, so we decided to put this to the test and conduct a survey exploring how much consumers know about automotive software, how they feel about automotive cybersecurity, and more. Here’s what we found:
Want to dig into the results further? We’ve included the full set of results below, including a gender and age breakdown.
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GENERAL POPULATION (NON-STRATIFIED RESULTS):
Methodology: Survey of 1600 U.S. adults from March 17 to March 23, 2022, conducted via Pollfish.
Sonatus helps automakers build software-defined vehicles with next-generation architectures capable of supporting the most advanced future mobility use cases. Leveraging extensive software-defined expertise, the company compresses decades of digital innovation into scalable vehicle and cloud software solutions that can be integrated in as little as a year. Sonatus’ dynamic In-Vehicle infrastructure, Data Management and Automation solutions form the core for digitally dynamic vehicles that are able to evolve and adapt in real-time — empowering automakers to innovate faster, reduce complexity and costs, and become more agile.