The next generation of automotive design and engineering leaders will be defined by who best captures the power of digital thread and digital twins

Accelerate product development – from product definition to concept to development to verification and validation – by integrating mechanical, electrical and electronic software systems with a collaborative, connected platform.


Transition to Electric

Changing regulations coupled with the process of design to validation becomes more complex as we move to electrify. Product development needs to ensure high voltage safety and shift from mechanical to electrical development.


Software Defined

Vehicles have become more complex than ever, incorporating multiple systems of systems. Successful integration of hardware and software is critical for performance and safety.


Connected, Upgradeable

Customers expect new, technologically advanced features that are easy to acquire, in addition, vehicles are becoming more connected–requiring better communication with each other, the environment, and the personal devices of the driver.

Customers Using Aras Automotive Industry Solutions

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How Toyota Motor Europe Developed A Flexible Digital Thread With Systems Thinking

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How Aras Supports Nissan Motor’s In-Vehicle Software Variants via Digital Thread

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How ROKI Brought CAD Administration In-House with the Aras Low-Code Platform

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Can You Design Tomorrow’s Vehicles With Yesterday’s IT Systems?

In today’s rapidly changing automotive environment, companies need to be innovative and anticipate what consumers want in order to stay competitive. To compete in this age of continuous innovation, manufacturers must adopt methods that allow them to develop the products of tomorrow, starting today.


Transforming to Mobility-as-a-Service

Download this eBook to learn more about how a resilient product development platform that extends throughout all phases of the product lifecycle, across disciplines, locations, supply chain, and teams can implement relevant changes incrementally and be sure these changes are synchronized and visible across the enterprise.

Software Defined Vehicles – Banking on CPU or the Cloud

Aras participated in the panel discussion at AutoTech: Detroit 2023.

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By 2027, 30% of software-defined vehicles will feature a digital twin 2.0 of at least one vehicle system as opposed to less than 1% today.

Gartner, Top Automotive Trends for 2024, Pedro Pacheco, Mike Ramsey, Jonathan Davenport,et al.., 7 February 2024. GARTNER is a registered trademark and service mark of Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and internationally and is used herein with permission. All rights reserved.