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La technologie MOST embarquée de la MOST(R) Cooperation équipe désormais plus de 150 modèles de voitures

La MOST Cooperation est fière d'annoncer qu'il existe désormais en circulation 150 modèles de véhicules utilisant le réseau MOST. " La MOST Cooperation célèbre le succès de cette importante norme de réseau automobile qui se manifeste par l'augmentation rapide du nombre de véhicules qui en sont équipés. ", explique Henry Muyshondt, Directeur exécutif de la MOST Cooperation. " Parmi les divers fabricants de voitures qui font confiance à la technologie MOST, on trouve les trois plus grands fabricants automobiles internationaux : Toyota, General Motors et le groupe Volkswagen, représentant l'Asie, l'Amérique du nord et l'Europe. " Avec plus de 133 millions de nœuds MOST, la technologie MOST s'étend au marché de masse de toutes les classes de véhicules. Il s'agit d'une technologie ouverte intégrée par la majorité des fabricants de voitures dans le monde et leurs fournisseurs principaux. 
21st October 2013

La MOST Cooperation Présentera Un Réseau Multimédia HD Simple Et Économique Pour Les Voitures De Moyen Et Petit Gabarit

La MOST Cooperation Présentera Un Réseau Multimédia HD Simple Et Économique Pour Les Voitures De Moyen Et Petit Gabarit
Lors du 16ème Congrès international de la VDI, sur les “Systèmes électroniques pour véhicules”, qui se tiendra les 16 et 17 octobre 2013 à Baden-Baden (Allemagne), la MOST Cooperation (MOSTCO) présentera les tout derniers éléments essentiels de sa technologie au stand F. Outre le fait de célébrer le déploiement actuel de MOST150, l’organisme de standardisation de la technologie MOST (réseau multimédia automobile « Media Oriented Systems Transport »), présentera une solution de réseau multimédia HD ultrafin et économique qui cible particulièrement le marché des véhicules grande capacité de moyen et petit gabarit. Ainsi, la technologie de réseau MOST satisfait aux exigences des modèles fabriqués en série dans le domaine des voitures de petite et moyenne gamme. La démonstration présentera un système d’infodivertissement MOST50 qui comprend une unité principale, deux écrans interactifs, un amplificateur et une caméra. La couche physique électrique est basée sur un système simple et économique de fils de cuivre à paire torsadée non blindée. De plus, la fonction de contrôle à distance mise en place simplifie le système et réduit les coûts, le système tout entier nécessitant un seul microcontrôleur situé dans l'unité principale. Cette fonction permet une réduction du nombre de microcontrôleurs et de la quantité de mémoire dans les systèmes de petite et moyenne taille en les rendant obsolète dans des nœuds périphériques (écrans ou caméras, amplificateurs, etc.). Au lieu d’avoir un microcontrôleur dans chaque nœud, les autres nœuds peuvent être contrôlés à distance par un microcontrôleur central (par exemple, celui de l’unité principale).
2nd October 2013

Le MOST Forum lance un appel aux exposés pour la Conférence de 2014

Des experts du secteur de l'électronique automobile et des chercheurs sont invités à présenter leurs idées et leur vision du futur de la toute dernière technologie MOST lors du prochain MOST Forum, le 13 mai 2014 à Stuttgart/Esslingen (Allemagne). Se déroulant en parallèle de l'assemblée générale de la MOST Cooperation, cette conférence et exposition d'une journée présentera les éléments essentiels des technologies et applications actuelles et futures intégrant MOST. Pour la sixième fois, le MOST Forum offrira le lieu idéal où partager idées et expériences et discuter des dernières nouveautés concernant cette norme de réseau automobile. Le large public international se composera de chercheurs, de concepteurs, d'ingénieurs, de développeurs de système, ainsi que d'acheteurs, de journalistes et de directeurs des secteurs impliqués.
30th July 2013


Mise à disposition d'une note d'application pour la norme physique coaxiale MOST150

Mise à disposition d'une note d'application pour la norme physique coaxiale MOST150
La MOST Cooperation annonce la mise à disposition d'une note d'application décrivant une carte de test visant à tester le MOST150 cPHY à l'aide d'un modèle de câble basé sur les composants discrets disponibles. Définie par le groupe de travail spécialisé dans la couche physique dans le respect de la directive de mesure de la conformité, cette note d'application est mise à disposition des membres de la MOST Cooperation afin de s'assurer que la conformité est respectée.
15th November 2012

MOST Cooperation Exhibits at Electronic Systems for Vehicles VDI Congress

MOST Cooperation Exhibits at Electronic Systems for Vehicles VDI Congress
The MOST Cooperation will exhibit the latest highlights at the 15th International VDI Congress Electronic Systems for Vehicles on October 12-13, 2011 in Baden-Baden (Germany). With MOST150 being one step before rollout, MOSTCO demos at stand 75 will focus on the seamless integration capabilities of Ethernet based devices with MOST. On October 12, 2011 at 5:45 PM, Stephan Esch, AUDI AG, and Stefan Wachter, Daimler AG, will present MOST150 - Technology Validation and Series-Production Readiness.
7th September 2011

MOST Forum 2011 Promises Most Inspiring Program

The third MOST Forum on April 5, 2011, in Frankfurt (Germany), will offer a diverse conference program presenting interesting and innovative MOST Technology experiences, solutions and an outlook to upcoming technology directions. The MOST Cooperation appreciates the incredibly intriguing conference presentations that the program committee selected for the MOST Forum 2011, stated Dr. Wolfgang Bott, Technical Coordinator of the MOST Cooperation - the standardization organization for the leading automotive multimedia network Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST).
19th November 2010

New MOST Generation MOST150 to Be Integrated in Audi A3 Vehicles First

New MOST Generation MOST150 to Be Integrated in Audi A3 Vehicles First
The MOST Cooperation is proud to announce that its core partner members Audi and Daimler will be the first carmakers to integrate MOST150 into series production vehicles. Since the first implementation of MOST25 in an Audi car in 2002, MOST has become the established standard for the networking of premium infotainment systems at Audi, stated Jens Koetz, Director of the division of electrical/electronic design, networking, energy systems, and system safety at AUDI AG. Now the new generation MOST150 offers unique advantages as a speed upgrade through consistent further development of the existing transmission technology. Infotainment applications place very different demands on the network infrastructure, and MOST150 provides all the communication mechanisms over one interface, an all-in-one approach.
19th October 2010

MOST Cooperation Welcomes New Member Companies

MOST Cooperation Welcomes New Member Companies
The MOST Cooperation (the organization through which the leading automotive multimedia network Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) is standardized) is welcoming Bang & Olufsen, Molex, Nippon Seiki, Toyoda Gosei and TTTech on board as new member companies. This inflow to the MOST community reflects the wide-ranging acceptance of MOST Technology, stated Harald Schoepp, member of the MOST Cooperation Steering Committee. We consider it proof of the excellent design and standardization work of the MOST Cooperation. These latest registrations also add a broad variety of MOST solutions reaching from component manufacturers via Tier1 suppliers up to professional audio solutions. Regional acceptance stretches from Europe to North America and Asia.
19th October 2010

Vehicle Count Hits 100 MOST Car Models

Vehicle Count Hits 100 MOST Car Models
The MOST Cooperation is pleased to announce the latest achievements of MOST Technology, with fast-growing acceptance of this de-facto automotive network standard by key carmakers worldwide. The number of vehicle models relying on the MOST infotainment backbone has now hit the one hundred mark, with a total of 100 vehicle models on the road today. This fast implementation growth rate reflects the practical suitability and reliability of MOST. Only three years after the MOST Cooperation was founded in 1998, the first MOST car was introduced in 2001.
27th September 2010

Implementation of MOST150 Automotive Network in Mercedes-Benz Cars

Implementation of MOST150 Automotive Network in Mercedes-Benz Cars
At the third MOST Forum on April 5, 2011, in Frankfurt (Germany), Daimler AG will provide a summary of more than 10 years' experience in MOST development and give insight into the ongoing MOST150 integration procedure.
9th September 2010

MOST Presentation at SAE Convergence 2010

MOST Presentation at SAE Convergence 2010
At SAE Convergence on October 19 to 20, 2010, the MOST Cooperation (the organization, through which the leading automotive multimedia network Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) is standardized) will demonstrate that MOST Technology is ready for extended multimedia and information applications in the vehicle. MOST150 now meets the requirements not only for the traditional areas of entertainment and information, but also for the new domains of mobile connectivity, connected services, and driver assistance thus completing the five major fields of in-car use cases. During this leading automotive exhibition in Detroit (Michigan, United States), a MOST demonstrator will be showing that MOST supports star, daisy-chain, tree and other topologies as well as different physical layers: plastic optical fibers (POF), COAX based electrical physical layer and unshielded twisted pair (UTP) of copper wires.
25th August 2010

Second MOST Forum Focused on Consumer Device Connectivity to MOST

The second MOST Forum took place on March 23rd, 2010, in Frankfurt, Germany. 150 professionals from the automotive electronics industry and academia participated in the very informative conference and visited the accompanying exhibition. The broad international audience was composed of attendees from Europe as well as India, Japan, South Korea, and the United States.
20th April 2010

MOST150 Now Allows Safety Critical Applications

MOST150 Now Allows Safety Critical Applications
The MOST Cooperation welcomes the latest research results proving that MOST150 is ready to support safety-critical applications and may be available as the future network for driver assistance systems. By supporting the new domain of driver assist, the latest MOST Technology completes the major fields of in-car uses such as entertainment, information, mobile connectivity, and connected services. Today's MOST is now exceeding the limits of infotainment, stated Harald Schoepp, member of the MOST Cooperation steering committee.
25th March 2010

MOST150 broadens in-car multimedia to forward high-definition audio and video into vehicles

MOST150 broadens in-car multimedia to forward high-definition audio and video into vehicles
The MOST Cooperation is pleased about the milestones the latest MOST Technology has accomplished: MOST150 now offers the technology and full audio/video capability for next generation automotive infotainment features and devices such as Head Units, Rear Seat Entertainment, amplifiers, TV-tuners and video displays.
24th March 2010

MOST Forum 2010: MOST Cooperation Demonstrates Expanding Areas of Automotive Use Cases

MOST Forum 2010: MOST Cooperation Demonstrates Expanding Areas of Automotive Use Cases
Exhibiting at the MOST Forum 2010 on 23 March 2010 in Frankfurt, Germany, the MOST Cooperation will focus on the broadening variety of applications supported by the MOST150 network. Themed MOST150 Does It, the demonstrations by the organization, through which the leading automotive multimedia network Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) is standardized, will visualize the five major fields of in-car use cases.
19th February 2010

MOST Forum 2010 Announces Program Highlights

MOST Forum 2010 Announces Program Highlights
The MOST Forum announced a program for this second international conference and exhibition on 23 March 2010 in Frankfurt (Germany). The presentations will offer an insight into the latest and future MOST® (Media Oriented Systems Transport) Technology solutions and studies covering a broad field of topics with a wide range of information. In his keynote speech, Mr. Jens Koetz of Audi AG will present the development and production launch of MOST150 from an OEM's perspective.
16th February 2010

MOST150 Series Adoption is happening

The MOST Cooperation - the organization through which the leading automotive multimedia network Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) is standardized - announces that the newest Specification Rev. 3.0 is on its way to production. Various car makers have already started with first series projects implementing this latest MOST Technology. MOST150 enables the use of a higher bandwidth of 150 Mbps, an isochronous transport mechanism to support extensive video applications, and an embedded Ethernet channel for efficient transport of IP-based packet data.
14th October 2009

MOST Technology Is Prepared for a Green Future

MOST Technology is helping the environment by supporting to create greener automobiles. The plastic optical fiber chosen ten years ago significantly reduces the weight of the wiring harness. The entire cable weighs approximately as much as just the insulation used on an equivalent conventional copper connection. Particularly for electric mobility, every saving is crucial because all the electrical energy has to be stored on rechargeable batteries before commencing travel.
12th October 2009

Electronic Systems for Vehicles VDI Congress: MOST Cooperation Presents MOST Future

Electronic Systems for Vehicles VDI Congress: MOST Cooperation Presents MOST Future
The MOST Cooperation will be presenting a look into the MOST Future at the 14th International VDI Congress Electronic Systems for Vehicles in Baden-Baden (Germany). On October 7-8, 2009, member companies of the organization, through which the leading automotive multimedia network Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) is standardized, will show various demonstrations presenting High-Definition video over MOST, Ethernet tunneling over MOST, MOST Consumer Connectivity solutions and MOST compliance solutions.
5th August 2009

MOST FORUM 2008 Opens Call for Speakers

The MOST FORUM is inviting interested parties to attend its first international conference and exhibition on MOST Technology, on September 30th, 2008. This one-day industry event on infotainment technology will take place in Stuttgart, Germany, presenting the latest and future technologies and applications based on MOST.
17th April 2008


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