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Plug and Play Personal Telematics
Published October 18, 2004 by Convergence Transportation Electronics Association in United States
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This paper discusses the underlying connectivity architecture that enables the car maker to bridge the life-cycle between the automotive industry and the portable consumer electronics industry. Universal connectivity requires a physical link for communications, a link for audio, an external antenna connection, a power supply, and an adapter for secure device mounting. In order to link devices with disparate operating environments and physical link technologies, the connectivity framework includes a link independent communication abstraction, an application layer service advertisement and discovery protocol, mechanisms for service management, security, and software upgrades.
CitationFuchs, A. and Spaur, C., "Plug and Play Personal Telematics," SAE Technical Paper 2004-21-0034, 2004.
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