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Development of E/E architectures

From design draft to concept transfer into serial production

Entwicklung von E/E-Architekturen

Vom Entwurf bis zur Konzeptüberführung in die Serie

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Abstract

Efficient electrical/electronic architectures form the basis for implementation of innovative electronic systems and functions in automobiles. The rapidly growing need of electronics requires close cooperation between the automobile manufacturer and their system partners for design of E/E architectures during the vehicle concept phase. In the following article Bosch Engineering GmbH presents its methodology used for the development of such optimized E/E architectures.

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Löffler, J., Mauel, I., Scheele, O. et al. Development of E/E architectures. ATZ Elektron Worldw 2, 13–15 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03242140

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