The next great leap in automotive technology is near. But while the future appears certain, it won’t be easy. Automotive engineers and electronics experts gathered in October in Detroit at the biennial Convergence International Congress on Transportation Electronics to map out the future. Most seemed to agree on one thing: There still are a lot of questions to be answered. Nothing has changed the automobile more than electronics. Thanks to the microchip, engines now have more precise, ...
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