Consumer Demand Drives Continuous Delivery in the Automotive Industry (.PDF Download)

Dec. 19, 2014

The past decade has seen extraordinary change in the automotive embedded-systems world. It’s not long ago that voice-control, SatNav, and ABS systems were optional extras and only for high-end cars such as the Mercedes S-Class. Today, they’re often standard, even on small or entry-level vehicles. Engine-management systems are now high-power computing environments, delivering fuel-economy figures that once seemed unobtainable in the first fuel-injection systems...

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