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The most expensive module of the car is not the engine, it’s the electronics. This might come as a surprise to many, but more than 30% of car costs go directly to the electronic parts. There are somewhere between 80-160 microcomputers (ECUs) onboard of the car, and they all need a reliable connection in between.
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Since the 1970s, the way to add new capabilities into the car has been to add an electronic control unit (ECU) for each new feature. ECUs give us convenient features such as electronic mirror controls, but some take care of many of today’s safety-critical systems like anti-lock brakes. Over time, the number of ECUs inside
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Despite what some people believe, the black box inside your car doesn’t serve up a steady stream of data to some overlord who’s tracking you. It’s there as a benefit. With the data collected from black boxes, safety analysts and accident investigators can evaluate how cars perform in crashes and ultimately design safer cars. The
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