1992-11-01

Vehicle Electronic Systems Integration 922501

As power trains become more electronically complex, the process of vehicle requirements definition and electronics integration requires greater structure. Elements of the necessary structured process may be evolved from aerospace systems engineering processes, while specifically avoiding some of the inefficiencies associated with military development. The advantage of the structured process is that it facilitates needed decision making with regard to vehicle parameters which ultimately drive the bottom line transportation cost. Such a structured process is discussed, as well as the more classic integration functions such as standards, specifications, interface control, and integration and test.

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