In this issue
Smarter, safer, cheaper: how Ethernet will enable the car of the future
The implementation of Ethernet as a universal standard throughout the automotive industry can optimize vehicle performance by reducing the number of electronic control units (ECUs) and associated wiring, thus enabling a smarter, cheaper, and safer future car.
Zonal E/E will transform automotive architectures
The transition from numerous ECUs to zones will occur over several years from roughly 2025 to 2030. Each OEM will use its own architecture.
The future of autonomy for on-highway vehicles
The road to fully autonomous commercial vehicles is paved with unique challenges but accelerated technologies to smooth the way.
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