NEWCASTLE, U.K. – A consortium of European partners is working together to develop a common software interface for electronic devices that could become standard on all vehicles manufactured in Europe from 2009. Auto makers, suppliers and academia are collaborating to create the EAST-EEA (Electronics Architecture and Software Techonology-Embedded Electronic Architecture) project with the aim of making the next generation of vehicles quicker to design and cheaper to bring to market. ...
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