Trucking's Challenge for the Nineties - Electronics Integration
Published October 1, 1990 by SAE International in United States
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For the Trucking Industry to meet challenges such as increased competition and tighter emission controls the successful integration of electronics on heavy duty vehicles of the nineties will be required. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) , Control and Communications, Service and Maintenance, and the Benefits of Electronics are addressed.
CitationHerman, M., "Trucking's Challenge for the Nineties - Electronics Integration," SAE Technical Paper 901173, 1990, https://doi.org/10.4271/901173.
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