Automotive Electronics - Contents

Contents

  • 1 Engine Electronics
  • 2 Transmission Electronics
  • 3 Chassis Electronics
  • 4 Active Safety
  • 5 Driver assistance
  • 6 Passenger Comfort
  • 7 Infotainment Systems
  • 8 Functional Safety Requirements
  • 9 Further reading
  • 10 External links
  • 11 References

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