TRAVERSE CITY, MI – The telematics sector has failed to meet the explosive growth projected a few years ago, but the adoption of interface standards for vehicle architectures could go a long way to boost the sluggish market. Standards would allow all types of electronic gizmos, such as personal digital assistants and cell phones, to be networked through one interface – one that could read both RF (radio frequency) or fiber optic signals, says George Perry, president and chief operating ...
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