It is estimated that by 2022, the total number of automotive Ethernet ports is expected to be higher than the total number of all other Ethernet ports combined. Important for this: a powerful vehicle network such as Automotive Ethernet, which is not only a fast and inexpensive form of data transmission in automobiles but also offers advantages such as standardization, scalability, and support for IP protocols.
This summit will discuss what is Ethernet and why is it so much better than current networks?
How will it affect network architecture and what will the impact be on the automotive industry in China and even the world, and will be committed to building an effective communication platform for participants and developing the automotive Ethernet industry.
- Now from the Ethernet Angle, How to Meet the Iterative Development Requirements of a Software-Defined Vehicle
- Latest Automotive Ethernet Standards Development Globally and in China
- Systems Driven Vehicle Network Design and Diagnostics for Complex and High-Performance Ethernet Architectures
- Optimize the Automotive E/E Architecture by Inputting Ethernet and Domain Division
- Advanced AV Bridging Application on the Driver Assistant Systems
- Panel Discussion: For Future Market/Technical Challenge/Barrier and Solutions of Automotive Ethernet
- Ethernet Use Cases and Security for Autonomous Vehicle Architecture
- Best Practice of Automotive Ethernet 1000Mbps
- Automotive Ethernet Security Strategies in Zone-based E/E Architecture
- Safety and Security Solution in Ethernet Communication- Synergies and Discords
- Case Study-In-vehicle Ethernet Architecture Experience and Reflections
- Automotive Ethernet Compliance Testing to Validate Protocol Compliance and Interoperability
- PHY Testing-Testing Both 100Mbps (BroadR-Reach) and 1GE (802.3bp 1000Base-T1) PHYs
- New Requirements of Automotive Ethernet Switches Testing -How to Reach a Uniform Way of Configuration
- Security Testing-Assessing Time-Triggered Ethernet on the In-Vehicle Network for V2X Applications
- Time Synchronization Introduction