Approaches for In-vehicle Communication - An Analysis and Outlook

@inproceedings{Neumann2017ApproachesFI,
  title={Approaches for In-vehicle Communication - An Analysis and Outlook},
  author={Arne Neumann and Martin Jan Mytych and Derk Wesemann and Lukasz Wisniewski and J{\"u}rgen Jasperneite},
  booktitle={CN},
  year={2017}
}
Electrical and electronic systems have been getting raising importance for innovations in the automotive industry. Networking issues are a key factor in this process since they enable distributed control functions and user interaction bringing together nodes from different vendors. This paper analyses available and emerging network technologies for in-vehicle communication from a requirements driven perspective. It reviews successful network technologies from other application areas regarding a… 

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