Managing the Complexity of Automotive EE Design the STANDARDS Way! From AUTOSAR to GENIVI, ISO to SAE - Challenges, Trends and Observations
Recent advances in electronics enable vehicle OEMs to offer a wide variety of services and conveniences that customers not only appreciate but expect, such as electronic fuel injection and popular GPS, and enable connections between electrical systems never seen before. A car can now be wirelessly connected to other cars, communication infrastructure, mobile devices, and the electrical grid. With this complex connectivity, a vehicle’s electronic environment must work safely and reliably as well as offer the performance accepted by the customer. Without proper standards in place, such harmony is not possible.
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