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In-vehicle infotainment software architecture: Genivi and beyond - Part 1

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re: In-vehicle infotainment software architecture: Genivi and beyond - Part 1
J3rrYcid   6/21/2012 2:32:31 AM
Security will definitely be a big concern to buyers and car manufacturers alike, because the more advance infotainment system in the car, the more chances hackers have with trying to gain control of parts of the vehicle. Hackers nowadays can remotely start and shut off the engine, and that definitely poses great security risks. Thomas -

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