Professionals from the automotive electronics industry and academia again presented their latest insights and future visions at the seventh on April 19, 2016 in Stuttgart/Esslingen (Germany). Concurrent with the MOST Cooperation’s All Members Meeting, this one-day conference and exhibition showcased the latest current and future technologies and application highlights based on MOST Technology. Conference presentations illustrated how MOST architecture easily connects to global networking standards such as CI Plus and the open-source platform Linux. Another focus was on the new coaxial physical layer. "MOST has made its way around the globe and it is now implemented in over 200 car models worldwide," stated Henry Muyshondt, Administrator of the MOST Cooperation.
The members of the MOST Cooperation came together in Stuttgart/Esslingen (Germany) on April 19, 2016 to hold their 18th annual All Members Meeting. At the All Members Meeting the MOST Cooperation’s Steering Committee reported on the current status of the technology followed by an outlook and roadmap for 2016.Stuttgart/Esslingen (Germany) - April 19, 2016