Marelli to Launch New Platforms at CES 2024

Marelli to Launch New Platforms at CES 2024

Marelli announced plans to unveil its new "Lean" and "Advantage" platforms at CES.

Marelli announced plans to unveil its new “Lean” and “Advantage” platforms at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2024, set to take place in Las Vegas, from January 9-11. The reveal will occur in a private, invitation-only event.

The “Lean” platforms, designed by Marelli, aim to simplify both hardware and software designs. This approach leads to a reduction in the number of parts, weight and costs, while maintaining performance levels. Targeted at entry-level vehicles, these systems are mostly pre-developed, allowing automakers the flexibility to customize certain features. The initial offerings under this platform, LeanLight and LeanDisplay, will be featured in Marelli’s Design for Affordability showcase.

LeanLight, a new concept for headlamps and rear lamps, boasts up to 20% fewer components and a 20% reduction in weight, leading to a decrease of 6kg in CO2 emissions compared to traditional lamps, Marelli said. The LeanDisplay system offers enhanced local dimming capabilities at a lower cost. It also reduces weight by 40%, leading to energy savings and a reduction in CO2 emissions, according to Marelli.

Additionally, Marelli’s “Advantage” platform features a Digital Twin demonstrator, in collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS). This technology can replicate an entire vehicle cockpit in the cloud, facilitating faster design, testing, simulation and over-the-air feature deployment. This connected, virtualized cockpit is built on a containerized microservices architecture, allowing for independent feature upgrades without impacting existing functionalities. It represents Marelli’s move towards software-defined vehicles and hardware portable applications, the company said.

Marelli plans to expand its platform strategy, offering automotive manufacturers pre-developed solutions with customization options. The company is also developing additional connected systems and stand-alone software tools for designers on the “Advantage” platform.

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