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TTF and AESIN agree connected vehicle cooperation

he Transport Technology Forum (TTF) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Automotive Electronic Systems Innovation Network (AESIN) to share knowledge about Connected and Highly Automated Vehicles technology.

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AESIN Publishes Systems Engineering Approach to Mobility as a Service (SEAMAAS) White Paper

Download the White Paper “Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS)” has come to prominence as a leading strand to the future mobility needs of an expanding world, based upon fleets of connected, highly automated vehicles. MaaS systems already exist that integrate the current communication, data, and location aware services of conventional, multimodal transport systems.

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AESIN Supply Chain Capability Directory

This online directory has been created with flexibility in mind. Simply click on a link in the index to jump to a page and click on a company URL to jump to their website.

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Monthly Update from AESIN Chairman, Dr. Stephen Lambert

Welcome to the spring AESIN Newsletter. Off the back of our recent success at the Virtual AESIN Automotive Electronics Summit, we look forward to our upcoming AESIN Virtual Security Conference, to be held on 21st of July, chaired and supported by Thales. If you missed out on the AESIN Summit

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Reflecting on the 2021 AESIN Automotive Electronics Summit

On April 13th 2021, AESIN hosted its first virtual Auto Electronics Summit, welcoming guests from across the UK and Europe. We had a fantastic selection of speakers including the President of SEMI Europe, Laith Altimime and CEO of the Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) Ian Constance, covering topics such as CCAV

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NMI Electronic Systems Design Group presents a Series of 3 Webinars: Building a Trusted AI-based Product

Artificial Intelligence (AI) based systems are becoming prevalent in a wide range of industries, distinguishing new innovative products with inference capabilities.  However, their introduction brings additional challenges regarding their reliability, safety and security. This series of 3 free-to-attend webinars will outline those challenges and how they can be demonstrably overcome