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ITS

Abbreviation for:
Independent Tribunal Service (now, the Appeals Service) 
inferior temporal sulcus
Initial Tracing Service  
insulin-transferrin-selenium
intertubercular sulcus
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"There is a noticeable trend towards extending the FlexRay bus from chassis control and body gateway applications to the powertrain domain, including engine and transmission control," says Frank Schwertlein, Infineon vice president and general manager, Standard Power, Automotive Div.
The AUTOSAR Release 2.1 now encompasses FlexRay, so customers using Fujitsu Microelectronics' microcontrollers and the new driver developed with EB can efficiently develop applications that take advantage of FlexRay.
The AS8222 is a single transceiver with a battery supply connection and FlexRay bus wake-up functionality.
Then he looks at FlexRay in terms of communication cycles, decomposition of cycles into frames, and the format and content of frames.
Today's cars and trucks include dozens of electronic control units (ECU) that are connected via various network communications protocols like controller area network (CAN), local interconnect network, and FlexRay. Automotive-grade Ethernet chipsets and software have already been introduced which pave the way for 100MBPS networks in vehicles.
In addition to the development of innovative products, it also specializes in services and consulting for the automotive industry, supplying implementations of serial software solutions for a broad range of AUTOSAR and FlexRay, infotainment, navigation, HMI and driver assistance systems.
In 2009, Nilsson, et al analysed FlexRay protocol by simulating attacks [14].
More current research uses a case study approach and characterizes and compares the processes of informal consortia such as UPDEGROVE (1995): X Consortium and Open GIS Consortia; EGYEDI (2001): W3C and ECMA; COULON (2004): Symbian Alliance; ANDERSON (2008): ECMA, IETF, OASIS, OMG and W3C; KOENIG (2008): FlexRay, Autosar and Jaspar; GROTNES (2009): Open Mobile Alliance (OMA).
With their wide- ranging competence in data transfer using all automotive data transfer standards such as CAN, Ethernet, FlexRay, LIN; MOST; USB and WLAN.
Paret, "Multiplexed Networks for Embedded Systems - CAN, LIN, FlexRay, Safeby-Wire...", pp.
Ren, "Comparison of FieldBus systems, CAN, TTCAN, FlexRay and LIN in passenger vehicles," in Proceedings of the 29th IEEE Conference on Distributed Computing Systems Workshops, pp.
A section is dedicated to the use of rapid system prototyping in automotive and industrial applications such as driver assistance systems and FlexRay configurations.