Power over Ethernet for automotive use at no additional system cost

January 15, 2014 // By Mike Jones
The desire for safer vehicles has led to an influx of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) being added to cars’ feature set. Today, rear view parking sensors and cameras are already commonplace.
Moving forward, increasingly sophisticated sensor-based collision avoidance will provide lane departure, signpost, traffic light and pedestrian recognition. Standard Ethernet is proving to be an attractive solution for ADAS applications as this technology provides high bandwidth data transportation via a low cost, unshielded twisted pair cable

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