KDPOF will give insight on “Automotive Communications Standards” at the IEEE Conference “Use of Standards in Industry: IoT, Robotics, Automotive, and Communications” on 20 April 2022 in Madrid, Spain. The IEEE event will discuss the importance of the different standards and their use and impact on the industry in different sectors such as automotive, communications, satellites, etc. In his presentation, Luis Manuel Torres, Principal Engineer at KDPOF and Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE 802.3cz standardization project “Multi-gigabit Optical Automotive Ethernet”, will give a general view of the most important automotive standards, with special emphasis on in-vehicle communication standards.
Automotive Communications Standards
The automotive industry is one of the most standardized in the world. There are many reasons for this, but the main one is that the safety and security of drivers and other road users must be ensured. In addition, when there is no driver, as in the case of ADAS, this responsibility is shifted to engineers. And engineers need requirements and tests to ensure that the product works properly. These are the standards.
There are automotive standards focused on many aspects of vehicles, including functional safety, in-vehicle communication systems, vehicle-to-grid communications, diagnostics, electromagnetic compliance, connectors and cybersecurity, among others. These standards are developed by several international standardization bodies, including ISO, IEC, and IEEE.
More information is available at the event website: IEEE Conference “Use of Standards in Industry: IoT, Robotics, Automotive, and Communications”
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