DETROIT – It was four years ago at Convergence 1998 when auto makers announced they would create a common electronics architecture that would usher in the world of advanced communication while motoring. At Convergence 2000, the consensus of the Blue Ribbon Panel discussion was that the bid for common standards was moving too slowly, and that the Automotive Multimedia Interface Collaboration (AMI-C) had not yet agreed on a protocol for the architecture. In January 2001, Germany’s three ...
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