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ECU

abbreviation for EUROPEAN CURRENCY UNIT. See EURO, EUROPEAN MONETARY SYSTEM.
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The "Automotive Ethernet Market: Global Industry Analysis, Trends, Market Size, and Forecasts up to 2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Intrepid Control Systems Inc, a company that is producing advanced hardware and software tools for engineers in vehicle autonomy, connectivity, automotive Ethernet and embedded engineering, is launching its RAD-Moon Duo, for connecting to two ports of Automotive Ethernet 100BASE-T1 to two ports of a 4-wire 10/100 Ethernet (100BASE-TX) at the Automotive Ethernet Congress 2019.
Thomas Schulze, Director of Marketing and Business Development of Spirent's Automotive Business Unit said: "This is an important partnership for automotive Ethernet based devices and networks.
Automotive Ethernet is increasingly more important as a backbone to a car's communication network.
Vector Informatik is a manufacturer of software tools and embedded components for the development of electronic systems and their networking with many different systems from CAN to automotive ethernet.
Depending on the setup, multiple real ECUs have to be included in the test bench and connected via automotive network systems, like CAN, FlexRay, or Automotive Ethernet. Additional ECUs have to be available virtually to provide relevant supplementary information.
The draft IEEE standards for Automotive Ethernet utilizing 100Mbps [1] and 1Gbps [2] physical layers propose economically and performance promising technologies for such applications.
Utilisation of automotive Ethernet represents a new trend in the internal and external connectivity of a vehicle.
com) is looking to replace conventional wiring harnesses with a plug-and-play automotive Ethernet that handles both power and data.
Another T-BOX bellwether Flaircomm Microelectronics rolled out Ethernet architecture-based T-BOX 4.0 in March 2019, being featured as follows: computing power of MCU and MPU gets improved significantly; 4G wireless communications are subject to LTE CAT6 and vehicle body wireless communications support 802.11ac & BT 5.0, with ever higher bit rates; capabilities like TMPS and Bluetooth key are added; the latest 100base T1 automotive Ethernet bus becomes available and speed of CAN-FD bus is 16 times faster than the previous ones; AUTOSAR standard of latest version is supported.
Intrepid Control Systems Inc., a company that has been in business for over 20 years, producing advanced hardware and software tools for engineers in vehicle autonomy, connectivity, automotive Ethernet and embedded engineering, is launching its Autonomous ONE motherboard, an all-in-one data logger that integrates multiple inputs into a single open platform, at the 2019 CES.

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