The MOST Cooperation, a 65-member consortium that includes 14 global automakers and 51 suppliers seeking to develop a standard enabling interconnectivity for in-vehicle audio, video and data services, has decided to make its technology available royalty-free. The decision ends a more than 18-month debate for the MOST Cooperation, initially formed with a small group of automakers and suppliers in 1996 and turned into a non-profit entity in 1998. In its initial contract, the MOST ...
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