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An Open Telematics Development Framework: Universal and Affordable: How To Make It Happen 2006-21-0015

How can the automotive industry make the best telematics and infotainment technology available to the highest number of users at the lowest cost? To answer this question, the telematics market faces numerous Device Software Optimization challenges including: 1) How do we take advantage of open software tooling frameworks such as Eclipse, 2) How do we leverage software solutions across multiple applications, operating systems and target platforms, and 3) How do we select and leverage existing or developing standards to achieve these goals.
This paper examines the technologies required to revolutionize the telematics and infotainment industries and explores how hardware and software vendors, suppliers, and systems integrators can work together to create a plug and play development framework built on these core ideas: 1) an open component-based software integration framework, 2) an open distributed services architecture, and 3) hardware and software abstraction standards that decouple system software and applications from the underlying hardware.


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