Current insights and future trends of In-Vehicle Networking (IVN) technology

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In-Vehicle Networking is experiencing strong growth due to rising complexities in next-generation transportation applications and the rapid advancement of technology. In this webinar, Avnet’s own Jason Struble and guest technology partner, Bob Card from ON Semiconductor will discuss how automotive E/E (electrical/electronic) architecture has progressed through four distinct trends:

1) Distributed and de-centralized
2) Domain Controlled with early centralization
3) Inter Domain Controlled with more centralization
4) Zonal Control with Full Centralization

We’ll examine how the IVN landscape, specifically LIN (Local Interconnect Network), FlexRay, CAN (Controller Are Network), CAN-FD (Controller Are Network – Flexible Data rate), SBC (Systems Basis Chips), and automotive Ethernet, have navigated these four trends, and what lies ahead.

What you will learn:


  • In-Vehicle networking architectures

  • Trends (past, present, and future of networking)

  • Understanding your product's place in the networking hierarchy

Who should attend:


  • Business and transformation leaders

  • Product and technology leaders

  • Hardware, software and safety engineers

  • CTOs

Watch the On-Demand webinar
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Provider: Avnet, Inc   |   Language: English
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