It’s not easy understanding the mission or relevance of the Automotive Multimedia Interface Collaboration (AMI-C) when the language that surrounds it is one of hazy technogarble. The lexicon includes words such as “internetworking,” “interoperability” and “vehicle interface,” not to mention a gaggle of acronyms and “test specifications.” For those in the industry who aren’t electrical engineers working on the next-generation luxury car navigation system, this is the salient point about ...

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