June 2014 Newsletter
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.

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.

GM Global E/E Engineering Update
GM recently reorganized its Global Vehicle Engineering operations. Launch of Global B architecture is delayed.

ETAS, The Company Profile
Bosch subsidiary ETAS provides software, hardware, and engineering tools and services to carmakers and tier ones.

Two Highlights from Ludwigsburg, 2014
The Advances in Automotive Electronics conference in Ludwigsburg, Germany, delivered a wealth of informative presentations.

AT&T on Most Promising 4G Automotive Use Cases
The most promising automotive use case for 4G, according to AT&T's Joe Mosele, is mobile hotspots.



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