Automotive In-Vehicle Networks

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In-Vehicle Networks

In-vehicle networks will need the lightest and leanest cable assemblies and connectors, and likely in ever denser configurations. TE Connectivity is helping the automotive industry make those trade-offs and optimizations, to get more data faster in the most power efficient way, but with less total material.

In-vehicle network links are cost-efficient solutions that can be used in distributed network architectures with medium-sized data volumes and low latencies.  The automotive Ethernet is a key focus for in-vehicle networks because of its flexibility and scalability. Surround-view systems demonstrate the power of network solutions. They offer a cost-effective and scalable way to create different system variants with configurations for up to four connected satellite cameras. Building out these in-vehicle networks with automotive Ethernet-compliant connectors and wiring will support OTA software updates, creating advantages for service and repair. The amount of data an autonomous car is expected to generate is multiple terabytes a day. As a consequence, vehicles will need their networks to look much more like a data center’s Ethernet-based network. TE offers connector solutions to support in-vehicle network applications; typical applications and featured TE products include: 

Automotive In-Vehicle Networks

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In-Vehicle Networks

In-vehicle networks will need the lightest and leanest cable assemblies and connectors, and likely in ever denser configurations. TE Connectivity is helping the automotive industry make those trade-offs and optimizations, to get more data faster in the most power efficient way, but with less total material.

In-vehicle network links are cost-efficient solutions that can be used in distributed network architectures with medium-sized data volumes and low latencies.  The automotive Ethernet is a key focus for in-vehicle networks because of its flexibility and scalability. Surround-view systems demonstrate the power of network solutions. They offer a cost-effective and scalable way to create different system variants with configurations for up to four connected satellite cameras. Building out these in-vehicle networks with automotive Ethernet-compliant connectors and wiring will support OTA software updates, creating advantages for service and repair. The amount of data an autonomous car is expected to generate is multiple terabytes a day. As a consequence, vehicles will need their networks to look much more like a data center’s Ethernet-based network. TE offers connector solutions to support in-vehicle network applications; typical applications and featured TE products include: