Automotive systems are evolving rapidly to keep pace with a regular stream of additional features and capabilities. Fresh advanced driver-assistance systems such as automatic emergency braking, lane-departure warnings and self-parking technologies emerge with every new car model. Electric vehicles (EVs) bring a different wrinkle with high-voltage power and large batteries that require special charging controls. Over-the-air connectivity may soon be required for software updates. As a result, the autonomous driving future will stimulate many, many new layers
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