One of the major trends in car technology and vehicle architecture over the past few years has been a consolidation of components and electronic control units (ECUs) to help reduce complexity and weight. This has become especially important as more tech features such as connected infotainment and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are added to new vehicles. At CES 2019, Panasonic Automotive unveiled a new solution that not only reduces the number of components but also adds new ...

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