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"Continental Automotive Group, The Company Profile"
Continental is transforming itself from a hardware supplier to a software and services specialist. Appears in June 2017 newsletter.
 
"Mentor Graphics' DRS360 Level-5 Autonomous Driving Platform"
Mentor Graphics entered the crowded market for AD computers with a hardware/software platform built from scratch for Level 5. Appears in June 2017 newsletter.
 
"Continental Automotive Group, The Company Profile"
Continental is transforming itself from a hardware supplier to a software and services specialist. Appears in June 2017 newsletter.
 
"Ford and the Valley"
Ford's Research and Innovation Center in Palo Alto bridges the gap between Silicon Valley and Detroit. Appears in June 2017 newsletter.
 
"Continental Automotive Group, The Company Profile"
Continental is transforming itself from a hardware supplier to a software and services specialist. Appears in June 2017 newsletter.
 
"BMW's Next Architecture"
Kai Barbehön provides more detail on BMW's forthcoming hierarchical E/E architecture. Appears in March 2017 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Audi’s Thomas Mueller: “The car of the future will look like a data center on wheels.”"
Dr. Thomas M. Mueller, Audi's top E/E engineer, outlines his vision for a new vehicle architecture, which will enable the decoupling of hardware and software. Appears in February 2017 newsletter. $65.00
 
"GENIVI and AGL Have Much in Common"
The GENIVI Alliance and the Automotive Grade Linux project have similar objectives and use a lot of the same software components in their platforms. Both could expand beyond IVI systems to autonomous driving applications. Appears in February 2017 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Audi’s Thomas Mueller: “The car of the future will look like a data center on wheels.”"
Dr. Thomas M. Mueller, Audi's top E/E engineer, outlines his vision for a new vehicle architecture, which will enable the decoupling of hardware and software. Appears in February 2017 newsletter. $65.00
 
"GENIVI and AGL Have Much in Common"
The GENIVI Alliance and the Automotive Grade Linux project have similar objectives and use a lot of the same software components in their platforms. Both could expand beyond IVI systems to autonomous driving applications. Appears in February 2017 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Audi’s Thomas Mueller: “The car of the future will look like a data center on wheels.”"
Dr. Thomas M. Mueller, Audi's top E/E engineer, outlines his vision for a new vehicle architecture, which will enable the decoupling of hardware and software. Appears in February 2017 newsletter. $65.00
 
"GENIVI and AGL Have Much in Common"
The GENIVI Alliance and the Automotive Grade Linux project have similar objectives and use a lot of the same software components in their platforms. Both could expand beyond IVI systems to autonomous driving applications. Appears in February 2017 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Audi’s Thomas Mueller: “The car of the future will look like a data center on wheels.”"
Dr. Thomas M. Mueller, Audi's top E/E engineer, outlines his vision for a new vehicle architecture, which will enable the decoupling of hardware and software. Appears in February 2017 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Harman's Kyle Walworth on Car Software Innovation"
Kyle Walworth discusses what he sees as the biggest barrier to software innovation in automotive. The discussion will continue at a Genivi-sponsored panel at CES 2017 Appears in November 2016 newsletter. $65.00
 
"John Ellis on Software and Threats to the Auto Industry from Google and Apple"
Software consultant John Ellis thinks carmakers should be wary of the tech giants. Appears in September 2016 newsletter. $65.00
 
"OTA Updates—Carmakers Proceeding Deliberately"
It will take carmakers at least another five years to implement the OTA capability Tesla started with in 2012. Some standards are emerging. Appears in September 2016 newsletter. $65.00
 
"John Ellis on Software and Threats to the Auto Industry from Google and Apple"
Software consultant John Ellis thinks carmakers should be wary of the tech giants. Appears in September 2016 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Luxoft Holding, The Company Profile"
Luxoft provides automotive software development services and IT solutions to global clients including Harman, Continental and Daimler. Appears in March 2016 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Automotive Open Source Software on the Upswing"
Two open source software platforms, Automotive Grade Linux and SmartDeviceLink are gaining industry support, most recently from Toyota. Unlike Genivi, AGL is moving beyond infotainment to address instrument cluster, HUD, telematics and eventually control systems. Appears in February 2016 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Carmakers Respond to Cybersecurity Challenge"
Jeff Massimilla, chief cybersecurity officer at General Motors, discusses how GM is preparing to confront cyberthreats. Appears in February 2016 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Automotive Open Source Software on the Upswing"
Two open source software platforms, Automotive Grade Linux and SmartDeviceLink are gaining industry support, most recently from Toyota. Unlike Genivi, AGL is moving beyond infotainment to address instrument cluster, HUD, telematics and eventually control systems. Appears in February 2016 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Autosar's Next Generation: The Adaptive Platform"
Rather than adding another version to the existing Autosar standard, the partnership is creating an all new Adaptive Platform to manage software complexity in future vehicles. Appears in October 2015 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Interview with Ford's Jim Buczkowski"
Jim Buczkowski, Ford's highly respected electronics expert, talks about current industry trends and standards, Ford's challenges and changing relationships in the supply chain. Appears in October 2015 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Autosar's Next Generation: The Adaptive Platform"
Rather than adding another version to the existing Autosar standard, the partnership is creating an all new Adaptive Platform to manage software complexity in future vehicles. Appears in October 2015 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Automotive Cybersecurity Solutions Update"
Suppliers such as Harman, Green Hills Software and Autoimmune Inc. offer products and services to assist carmakers in securing their vehicles against hackers. Appears in June 2015 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Mentor Automotive, The Company Profile"
Mentor Graphics' automotive business provides systems engineering expertise, embedded software, and electrical system and network design tools. It's now the number-one commercial supplier of Linux-based infotainment solutions. Appears in May 2015 newsletter. $65.00
 
"JLR Committing to Fast, Open-Source Innovation"
Matt Jones, head of future infotainment for Jaguar Land Rover is looking for a new approach to infotainment development. JLR has opted for Tizen, not Android Auto. Appears in April 2015 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Carmakers Pushing for Full Car OTA Software Updates by 2020"
The case for providing over-the-air software updates to vehicle systems is solid. By 2020 one-fifth of new production will have OTA update capability. Appears in February 2015 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Harman International, The Company Profile"
Harman's recent acquisitions of Red Bend Software and Symphony Teleca provide a great opportunity for the company to diversify beyond the automotive industry and provide new engineering and software services. Appears in February 2015 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Carmakers Pushing for Full Car OTA Software Updates by 2020"
The case for providing over-the-air software updates to vehicle systems is solid. By 2020 one-fifth of new production will have OTA update capability. Appears in February 2015 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Auto Industry Looking for Defenses against Cybersecurity Attacks"
The auto industry is scrambling to understand the threat of cyberattacks and how to prevent them. Appears in February 2015 newsletter. $65.00
 
"ETAS, The Company Profile"
Bosch subsidiary ETAS provides software, hardware, and engineering tools and services to carmakers and tier ones. Appears in June 2014 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Audi's Ricky Hudi on What's Next"
Audi's top EE shares his thoughts on Ethernet, the German carmakers' progress on 48-volt systems and more. He also has advice on how suppliers can better serve Audi. Appears in June 2014 newsletter. $65.00
 
"ETAS, The Company Profile"
Bosch subsidiary ETAS provides software, hardware, and engineering tools and services to carmakers and tier ones. Appears in June 2014 newsletter. $65.00
 
"BMW's Elmar Frickenstein on What's Next"
BMW's executive VP of E/E and driver experience weighs in on where he'd like to see suppliers making investments. He also discusses Genivi, software updates and Ethernet. Appears in June 2014 newsletter. $65.00
 
"ETAS, The Company Profile"
Bosch subsidiary ETAS provides software, hardware, and engineering tools and services to carmakers and tier ones. Appears in June 2014 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Mini Profile: Lochbridge (CW Professional Services)"
Spun off from Compuware in January 2014, Lochbridge, formerly CW Professional Services, provides telematics development services for OEMs and tier ones. Appears in April 2014 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Embedded Software Sourced Separately from Hardware"
The practice of sourcing software independently from the ECUs where it will run is moving beyond infotainment as complex ADAS systems proliferate. Appears in December 2013 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Mentor Graphics Hypervisor Addresses IVI Security Issues"
With an emphasis on security, Mentor Graphics' hypervisor will first be applied in infotainment systems. Future applications may include reconfigurable clusters and ADAS. Appears in December 2013 newsletter. $65.00
 
"3D Clusters Soon to Ship with Integrity Operating System from Green Hills Software"
According to the company, a number of tier ones will base 3D clusters on Green Hills' Integrity OS. Appears in December 2013 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Autosar Momentum Grows"
General Motors leads the Detroit Three in adopting the Autosar standard. Appears in November 2013 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Harman to Offer New Head-Unit Platform Featuring HTML 5 App Development Environment"
In addition to the HTML5 environment to spur third-party app developers, Harman's new platform will offer both software and hardware upgradeability. Appears in October 2013 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Interview with Volvo E/E Vice President, Thomas Müller"
Among the topics Dr. Müller discusses is Volvo's new domain architecture, which goes into production at the end of 2014. Appears in September 2013 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Reporting from Automobil Elektronik Kongress, Ludwigsburg, Germany"
What's next for Genivi after BMW, PSA and JLR? Bosch is fully supporting the open source infotainment software platform. Appears in July 2013 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Plugging In With Kent Helfrich, GM Director of Global Electrical"
Kent Helfrich discusses safety systems, software reuse and how suppliers can help GM. Appears in June 2013 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Cybersecurity Expert Escrypt: Front and Center"
Escrypt, owned by Bosch subsidiary ETAS, addresses the problem of keeping connected infotainment systems secure from hackers. Appears in April 2013 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Cisco's Smart Connected Vehicles Business Unit Up and Running"
Cisco, the world's leading provider of networking products and services, sees a huge opportunity in connecting vehicles to the cloud. Appears in April 2013 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Carmakers Speak Panelists Discuss What's Next and What's Needed"
At the Convergence 2012 panel session, top EEs from Audi, Fiat, Ford, GM, Nissan and Toyota gave their views on the state of automotive electronics and where the industry is headed. Appears in November 2012 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Dice Electronics Quick with Device Connectivity Solutions"
Dice Electronics' software-based iPhone integration kits provide a quick plug-and-play solution for rapidly changing smartphone offerings. An Android-based version is coming in 2013. Appears in October 2012 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Virtualization Coming to Autos"
Reducing the number of ECUs in vehicles is a major benefit of hardware virtualization. Experts from OpenSynergy, Green Hills Software and Wind River discuss how they see the market developing in automotive. Appears in October 2012 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Dice Electronics Quick with Device Connectivity Solutions"
Dice Electronics' software-based iPhone integration kits provide a quick plug-and-play solution for rapidly changing smartphone offerings. An Android-based version is coming in 2013. Appears in October 2012 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Virtualization Coming to Autos"
Reducing the number of ECUs in vehicles is a major benefit of hardware virtualization. Experts from OpenSynergy, Green Hills Software and Wind River discuss how they see the market developing in automotive. Appears in October 2012 newsletter. $65.00
 
"ESG Group, The Company Profile"
A core ESG strength is its experience in engineering complex safety-critical aviation systems and the ability to apply that expertise in developing customized solutions for automotive customers. Appears in October 2012 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Open Source Drumbeat Getting Louder"
Initially slow to warm up to open source and the collaborative development process, most OEMs are, or soon will be, engaged in Linux projects. Appears in July 2012 newsletter. $65.00
 
"GENIVI to Play by Open Source Rules"
This fall, GENIVI will transition three existing projects and three new projects into open source. Included is the roughly five percent of GENIVI code that until now has been held back for alliance members only. Appears in July 2012 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Small Eclipse Working Group Tackles Tools Integration Challenge"
Work by the Eclipse Auto IWG brings the industry a little closer to solving the problem that has confounded auto electronics developers for fifteen years. Appears in June 2012 newsletter. $65.00
 
"KPIT Cummins Infosystems, The Company Profile"
Pune, India-based KPIT Cummins provides software development and automotive electronics engineering services to more than 70 customers around the world. It will soon bring to market its plug-in parallel hybrid solution, Revolo. Appears in April 2012 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Ford and Microsoft Back Together to Fix MyFord Touch"
Ford is again teaming with Microsoft to upgrade software on the problem-ridden Sync 2 (MyFord Touch and MyLincoln Touch) with touch screen interface. The new interface promises to be easier to operate and less distracting. Appears in December 2011 newsletter. $65.00
 
"CEA on U.S. Infotainment and Security Market"
The aftermarket isn't the driver of innovation it once was. Carmakers are more in tune with technology trends. Appears in October 2011 newsletter. $65.00
 
"ISO 26262 Taking Hold"
While not yet published in final form ISO 26262, the Road Vehicles--Functional Safety standard, is being widely adopted by carmakers and suppliers. Appears in October 2011 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Autosar Momentum Is Building"
As carmakers implement Autosar more widely in the next few years, the number of unique ECU software platforms will quickly decline. But some carmakers have opted to roll out with Autosar version 3.2, while others have chosen version 4.0. Suppliers will be supporting at least three versions of Autosar for many years to come. Appears in June 2011 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Open Source Software Moving into Infotainment"
Open source software products such as Linux, Genivi and HTML5 are beginning to have an impact in the automotive industry, especially in infotainment. Appears in May 2011 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Elektrobit (EB), The Company Profile"
While still small, embedded software and tools supplier EB is well positioned to benefit from the rapid growth in automotive software: EB is planning on 20% annual growth for the next five years. Strongest product sector will be driver assistance. Appears in May 2011 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Open Source Software Moving into Infotainment"
Open source software products such as Linux, Genivi and HTML5 are beginning to have an impact in the automotive industry, especially in infotainment. Appears in May 2011 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Elektrobit (EB), The Company Profile"
While still small, embedded software and tools supplier EB is well positioned to benefit from the rapid growth in automotive software: EB is planning on 20% annual growth for the next five years. Strongest product sector will be driver assistance. Appears in May 2011 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Highlights from Carmakers Speak Panel"
During Convergence 2010 top EEs from BMW, Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, Honda and PSA discussed their challenges and how suppliers can help. Appears in November 2010 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Ford Sync 2 Launch Hits Difficulties"
Ford developed the second generation of Sync in house, without the aid of a tier one. Whether or not Ford's business model becomes an industry trend depends on the success of MyFord Touch. Appears in November 2010 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Nokia Makes Headway with Terminal Mode Car Interface"
Nokia has been working with the German carmakers and Fiat as well as Harman, Alpine, Continental and Magneti Marelli to develop its Terminal Mode software spec to integrate smartphone apps with vehicle displays and controls. Appears in June 2010 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Preh Group, The Company Profile"
Privately-held German supplier Preh boasts in-house core competency in electronics, software, plastics engineering and surface finishing. Preh makes BMW's iDrive and Audi's MMI center console controllers. Its biggest product line is climate control heads. Appears in June 2010 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Nokia Makes Headway with Terminal Mode Car Interface"
Nokia has been working with the German carmakers and Fiat as well as Harman, Alpine, Continental and Magneti Marelli to develop its Terminal Mode software spec to integrate smartphone apps with vehicle displays and controls. Appears in June 2010 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Preh Group, The Company Profile"
Privately-held German supplier Preh boasts in-house core competency in electronics, software, plastics engineering and surface finishing. Preh makes BMW's iDrive and Audi's MMI center console controllers. Its biggest product line is climate control heads. Appears in June 2010 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Nokia Makes Headway with Terminal Mode Car Interface"
Nokia has been working with the German carmakers and Fiat as well as Harman, Alpine, Continental and Magneti Marelli to develop its Terminal Mode software spec to integrate smartphone apps with vehicle displays and controls. Appears in June 2010 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Preh Group, The Company Profile"
Privately-held German supplier Preh boasts in-house core competency in electronics, software, plastics engineering and surface finishing. Preh makes BMW's iDrive and Audi's MMI center console controllers. Its biggest product line is climate control heads. Appears in June 2010 newsletter. $65.00
 
"GM's EE Boss, Micky Bly"
Micky Bly talks about his new responsibilities as GM's director of global electrical systems, hybrids, EVs and batteries. He also talks about what he needs from suppliers going forward. Appears in June 2010 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Salim Momin on E/E Tool Integration"
Salim Momin is passionate about the need for comprehensive engineering tools that would link all vehicle electrical and electronics design domains. Appears in April 2010 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Vector Informatik, The Company Profile"
Vector Informatik is a leading supplier of software tools and components for networking electronics systems based on CAN, LIN, MOST and FlexRay. Appears in March 2010 newsletter. $65.00
 
"In Defense of Electronics"
The safety of automotive electronics has been called into question after Toyota's recent recalls. Electronics complexity does not compromise vehicle safety. Appears in March 2010 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Google Makes Automotive Connections"
Google aims to bring its content and services to automobiles. Continental is developing a Google Android-based infotainment platform called AutoLinQ that will provide connectivity both to the Web and to vehicle sensors and control systems--a new way to deliver telematics services. Appears in November 2009 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Microsoft De-emphasizes Its Automotive Business"
Microsoft's elimination of its Automotive Business Unit signals a change in automotive product strategy. Appears in October 2009 newsletter. $65.00
 
"A Third Path to Infotainment Software Reuse"
Audi and EB (Elektrobit) are jointly developing a new infotainment software platform. EB will later offer the product to other carmakers, providing an alternative to Microsoft Auto and the Genivi open source, Linux-based platform. Appears in July 2009 newsletter. $65.00
 
"BMW Takes Open Source Infotainment Platform Public"
GENIVI, BMW's open source infotainment collaboration with Intel and Wind River, is recruiting more participants. GM, PSA, Magneti Marelli, Delphi and Visteon are already alliance members. Open source code wins praise from tier ones. Appears in March 2009 newsletter. $65.00
 
"New BMW 7 Series Loaded with New Electronics"
Software enables a host of new features on the MY 2009 7 Series. Appears in October 2008 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Top Ten Automotive Electronics Industry Trends"
Paul Hansen gives his list of the leading trends and explains how they will affect the automotive electronics industry in the years to come. Appears in September 2008 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Progress on Integrated Software Development Tools"
The automotive industry might finally be getting a grip on a very tough problem: disconnected software development tools. Carmakers are considering both open source and commercial solutions. Appears in July 2008 newsletter. $65.00
 
"BMW Leads Open Source Infotainment Initiative"
The infotainment industry is facing upheaval following BMW’s recent announcement that it has joined with Intel, Wind River and others to promote an open-source infotainment and communications system platform based on Linux. Appears in July 2008 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Progress on Integrated Software Development Tools"
The automotive industry might finally be getting a grip on a very tough problem: disconnected software development tools. Carmakers are considering both open source and commercial solutions. Appears in July 2008 newsletter. $65.00
 
"AUTOSAR's Global Adoption Very Slow"
Carmakers are taking a step by step approach to implementing the AUTOSAR standard software architecture. BMW goes first; Mercedes and Volvo have plans in place. Appears in May 2008 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Garmin Eyes OEM Market"
Like rival TomTom, PND market leader Garmin International is looking to expand into the OE navigation market. Garmin software enables navigation in Ford Works Solution. Appears in April 2008 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Outsourcing Engineering Will Continue"
A report submitted to the National Academy of Engineering indicates outsourcing engineering, especially for electronics and software, will continue. Appears in March 2008 newsletter. $65.00
 
"KPIT Cummins Infosystems, The Company Profile"
Not a typical automotive electronics supplier, KPIT Cummins, based in Pune, India, could challenge existing automotive software providers in the next decade. Appears in December 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Fiat to Make Blue&Me Standard"
After a rocky start, Microsoft is now making gains in the automotive market. Fiat Group's Blue&Me connectivity platform is based on Microsoft Auto software. Appears in November 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Nuance Communications, The Company Profile"
Speech recognition technology is finally mature enough for automotive applications. Nuance Communications' speech software, capable of voice destination entry, is rolling out in both embedded and portable navigation devices. Appears in November 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Fiat to Make Blue&Me Standard"
After a rocky start, Microsoft is now making gains in the automotive market. Fiat Group's Blue&Me connectivity platform is based on Microsoft Auto software. Appears in November 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Nuance Communications, The Company Profile"
Speech recognition technology is finally mature enough for automotive applications. Nuance Communications' speech software, capable of voice destination entry, is rolling out in both embedded and portable navigation devices. Appears in November 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Fiat to Make Blue&Me Standard"
After a rocky start, Microsoft is now making gains in the automotive market. Fiat Group's Blue&Me connectivity platform is based on Microsoft Auto software. Appears in November 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Nuance Communications, The Company Profile"
Speech recognition technology is finally mature enough for automotive applications. Nuance Communications' speech software, capable of voice destination entry, is rolling out in both embedded and portable navigation devices. Appears in November 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Telelogic, The Company Profile"
As vehicle software complexity continues to rise, more carmakers will adopt tools like Telelogic’s DOORS and Rhapsody. IBM is in the process of acquiring Telelogic. Appears in October 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"HMI on the Front Burner"
Carmakers are challenged to develop a human machine interface that not only helps differentiate their brand from the competition, but also provides a safe interface to a growing number of embedded and portable electronics. The proposed XML standard for specifying HMI requirements has not been widely adopted. Appears in July 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"GM's Helfrich on Powertrain Controls"
General Motors' director of worldwide powertrain software engineering explained what's next in engine controls, notably homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI). Appears in April 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Radio Enhancements"
Digital amplifers, more capable DSPs and software defined radio are improving sound quality in car radios. Appears in April 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"GM's Helfrich on Powertrain Controls"
General Motors' director of worldwide powertrain software engineering explained what's next in engine controls, notably homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI). Appears in April 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Radio Enhancements"
Digital amplifers, more capable DSPs and software defined radio are improving sound quality in car radios. Appears in April 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"GM's Global E/E Boss Weighs In"
Hans-Georg Frischkorn discusses General Motors' plans for a global electrical/electronics architecture. Look for more in-house software development at GM. Appears in March 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Ford Sync Changes Infotainment Picture"
More evidence of a high tech revival at Ford: At CES 2007 Ford and Microsoft introduced a new infotainment platform based on Windows Automotive software. Appears in February 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Elektrobit Automotive Software, The Company Profile"
Formerly operating as 3SOFT, Elektrobit Automotive Software is a leading supplier of AUTOSAR and OSEK implementations as well as development tools and navigation software. Appears in February 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Ford Sync Changes Infotainment Picture"
More evidence of a high tech revival at Ford: At CES 2007 Ford and Microsoft introduced a new infotainment platform based on Windows Automotive software. Appears in February 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Elektrobit Automotive Software, The Company Profile"
Formerly operating as 3SOFT, Elektrobit Automotive Software is a leading supplier of AUTOSAR and OSEK implementations as well as development tools and navigation software. Appears in February 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Ford Sync Changes Infotainment Picture"
More evidence of a high tech revival at Ford: At CES 2007 Ford and Microsoft introduced a new infotainment platform based on Windows Automotive software. Appears in February 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Elektrobit Automotive Software, The Company Profile"
Formerly operating as 3SOFT, Elektrobit Automotive Software is a leading supplier of AUTOSAR and OSEK implementations as well as development tools and navigation software. Appears in February 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Ford Sync Changes Infotainment Picture"
More evidence of a high tech revival at Ford: At CES 2007 Ford and Microsoft introduced a new infotainment platform based on Windows Automotive software. Appears in February 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"AUTOSAR Standard Software Platform Only a Matter of Time"
BMW and PSA are the first carmakers to commit to using the AUTOSAR software platform in production vehicles, beginning in 2008. Appears in October 2006 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Toyota Developing Its Own Operating System"
Toyota's new operating system will replace Windows CE in G-Book telematics units. Appears in October 2006 newsletter. $65.00
 
"dSPACE User Conference Panel on Software Development Tools"
Software design tool maker dSPACE hosted auto industry experts to discuss automotive controls software. Increasingly complex electronics features are driving demand for more software development tools and improved processes. Appears in June 2006 newsletter. $65.00
 
"The MathWorks, The Company Profile"
The MathWorks technical computing and model-based design software reduce automotive design time significantly. Sales to the auto industry are growing at 15% annually. Appears in February 2006 newsletter. $65.00
 
"QNX Advances in Automotive"
QNX, a subsidiary of Harman International recieves about 30% of its revenue from automotive business. Business in Japan is aided by a strong releationship with Renesas. Appears in December 2005 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Harman International, The Company Profile (2005)"
Harman International is a world leader in high-end infotainment systems. Harman's expertise in integration reduces hardware requirements and costs. The company plans to increase sales of entry-level and driver assistance systems Appears in December 2005 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Bosch-Denso JV Delivers T-Engine Infotainment Platform"
ADIT, a 50-50 JV by Bosch and Denso developed a multimedia computing platform based on T-Engine. T-Engine is an offshoot of ITRON. Appears in December 2005 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Vector Informatik, The Company Profile"
Vector provides networking and auto electronics development tools and software components to a broad customer base. Vector tools support CAN, LIN, MOST and FlexRay networks. Appears in July 2005 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Software Process Standards Gaining Influence"
Carmakers and suppliers are turning to CMMI and SPICE to improve software development processes. Includes table "CMMI/SPICE Activity in the Automotive Industry," which lists carmakers' and suppliers' favored process model, current maturity levels and goals. Appears in July 2005 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Vector Informatik, The Company Profile"
Vector provides networking and auto electronics development tools and software components to a broad customer base. Vector tools support CAN, LIN, MOST and FlexRay networks. Appears in July 2005 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Software Process Standards Gaining Influence"
Carmakers and suppliers are turning to CMMI and SPICE to improve software development processes. Includes table "CMMI/SPICE Activity in the Automotive Industry," which lists carmakers' and suppliers' favored process model, current maturity levels and goals. Appears in July 2005 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Automotive FPGAs: Lower Costs, Shorter Time to Market"
With the price of FPGAs coming down, carmakers are taking a look at the benefits. Xilinx is the market leader. Appears in May 2005 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Software-Defined Features"
More software-defined features will be implemented in tomorrow's vehicles. These features can be adapted, customized and enhanced with software upgrades. Better tool integration is needed. Appears in May 2005 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Java--Few Auto Applications, Yet"
Despite the hype two or three years ago about Java for automotive applications, so far, only BMW and Hyundai have Java on the road. Siemens VDO developed a Java-based navigation and infotainment system for BMW. Appears in October 2004 newsletter. $65.00
 
"AUTOSAR Standard Software Architecture Partnership Takes Shape"
Carmakers stand to benefit from standard hardware and software. GM will join AUTOSAR as a core member. Japanese carmakers began JASPAR, with goals similar to AUTOSAR's. Appears in October 2004 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Mercedes and Chrysler United on E/E Quality Imperatives"
DaimlerChrysler Group is aggressively and publicly tackling the quality problems that come with complex electrical/electronics systems and networks. Appears in July 2004 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Windows Automotive on the Road"
Microsoft's Windows Automotive has been adopted by eight carmakers and four tier-one suppliers for production applications. Appears in April 2004 newsletter. $65.00
 
"AUTOSAR Open System Architecture Partnership to Go Public"
A consortium of German carmakers and suppliers plan to announce a new initiative to develop a standard, open, non-proprietary software infrastructure on which proprietary vehicle control systems can be built. AUTOSAR was to be announced at the Baden-Baden conference Electronic Systems for Vehicles. Appears in September 2003 newsletter. $65.00
 
"OSEK Operating System Applications Growing Slowly"
Despite a slow start, European carmakers are employing OSEK operating systems in powertrain, chassis and body controls. GM is also adopting OSEK Appears in September 2003 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Software Tools Heading Mainstream"
The automotive industry is finally embracing software development tools--for powertrain and for body controllers. Appears in July 2003 newsletter. $65.00
 
"ETAS GmbH, The Company Profile"
With a broad line of engineering tools, ETAS is focused on the automotive industry. Carmakers would benefit from wider use of modeling, simulation and code-generating tools. Appears in November 2002 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Microsoft Automotive Business Unit, The Company Profile"
Microsoft offers its Windows CE for Automotive 3.5 platform for telematics applications. Appears in June 2002 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Electrical Engineering at Risk"
Is automotive electrical and software engineering competence slipping? Appears in October 2001 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Model-Based Tools Update"
Tools to develop software models of vehicle subsystems can simplify and shorten design cycles. Carmakers are just beginning to adopt model-based tools. Appears in June 2001 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Sun and OnStar to Jointly Create Java Middleware"
If the two companies are successful in their cooperative development effort, a global automotive standard could emerge. Appears in December 2000 newsletter. $65.00
 

 

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