Engineers claiming to be experts in the field of electronics and electro-magnetic interference say the auto industry lags in ensuring the dependability of its systems. In-vehicle electronics systems are “only partially redundant,” warns Keith Armstrong, a U.K. engineer who addresses a webinar sponsored by Washington-based consumer advocacy group, Public Citizen. Automotive electronics systems, including those used by embattled Toyota Motor Corp., tend to feature identical technologies, ...

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