The new spokesman for the Autosar consortium knows a thing or two about vehicle electrical architectures and the benefits of standardization. Helmut Fennel, vice president-control systems software at German supplier Continental Automotive Systems, gets credit for a mammoth technical breakthrough in the 1980s that ushered in widespread use of antilock braking systems (ABS) in vehicles around the world. At the time, he was working for Alfred Teves Brakes, which Continental later acquired ...
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