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In San Jose last week at the IEEE-SA Ethernet & IP @ Automotive Technology Day event, there was non-stop action in the presentation and the exhibit halls. It provided attendees with an update on the research numerous companies are conducting in the areas of high performance computing, distributed software-defined networks, smart switching architectures and reliable Real-time Ethernet communications for safety critical applications. These technologies are shaping the future of connected and automated vehicles.

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By Alain Vouffo On October 30, 2017
Networks
Automotive, testing, GNSS

Last Week, the third WAVE-DSRC plugfest took place in the Bay Area. Organized by the OmniAir Consortium,  with support from several sponsors, including Spirent, over 170 participated from more than 40 different organizations. The event was a real success and marked another milestone in the deployment of 802.11p-based V2X technology to enhance driver safety.

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Test using AUTOSAR, OPEN Alliance or Avnu test suites to ensure conformance to industry standards for TSN and Latency measurements.

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Our concept of what a car does is being turned upside down, and it is advanced communications, sensing and control technology which is causing the disruption. So how can simulation testing help guarantee the safety and performance of the new automotive network systems required to support these new features?

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It’s common knowledge that Ethernet is engrained in the enterprise IT and telecommunication networks, but is just starting to heat up in the automotive industry. Since this technology is still in its infancy stage, what should automotive designers focus on when devising the next generation of in-vehicle networks?

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