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MOST Forum 2010: the MOST cooperation presents the advanced applications in the vehicle of Karlsruhe, February 18, 2010 during the exhibition accompanying the most Forum 2010 focuses the MOST cooperation on March 23, 2010 in Frankfurt on the growing variety of applications that supports the MOST150 network. Under the motto “MOST150 is ready for more”, the demos of the Organization (which standardizes the MOST technology and further developed, so that she continue to always meet the latest industry standards) visualize the five main areas of application possibilities in the vehicle. “MOST150 meets not only the needs of the classic areas of entertainment and information, but also of new domains of mobile connectivity, connected services and driver assistance,” explains Dr. Christian Thiel, administrator of the MOST cooperation. “Thus MOST150 provides the technology and audio/video functionality for future automotive Infotainment devices such as head-units, rear-seat entertainment systems, digital sound amplifier, TV tuner and” Video displays. At the same time, it is ready for new applications, including Internet access, iPods, cameras and imaging devices. This latest MOST150 currently technology ready to implement. Various vehicle manufacturers are already working on first serial projects.” Crossing the borders of Infotainment in current and future vehicles complement and extend the functionality of conventional infotainment systems driver assistance functions. Together with information services such as navigation systems, traffic information and warnings about the condition of the vehicle, the number of cars with driver assistance functions such as camera systems, distance control and lane change warning is rising rapidly. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Lynn Redgrave. MOST150 automotive network technology is also ready for this decisive step of Infotainment: necessary improvements are then identified and recent studies lead the evidence that is MOST able to support safety-critical applications, and consequently as the future network for driver assistance systems to the Can available. The Conference program on the MOST offers a detailed insight Forum (www.mostforum.com). About the MOST cooperation the MOST cooperation is the organization that standardizes the MOST technology and further developed, so that she continue to always meet the latest industry standards. 2010 includes the cooperation of 16 international carmakers and over 60 main suppliers. The Member companies have teamed up, to use the MOST technology and to contribute to its innovation. Initially designed for the transmission of Infotainment data in vehicles, widens the field of application of the network now also on the consumer electronics. The target of the MOST cooperation is to develop the technology for other industries, to standardize and to create the appropriate infrastructure. Currently, MOST is implemented worldwide in over 90 models of the most innovative and future-oriented automakers. The MOST cooperation was founded in 1998, the most technology as a global standard for Multi media networks to standardize. The MOST cooperation form the Steering Committee as a so-called partner Audi, BMW, Daimler, Harman/Becker and SMSC. More information is available at available.

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