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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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The automotive community is now clearly seeing this as an attractive proposition and 'driving' aptX into next generation in-vehicle systems.
In addition, the ATIS/CVO guidelines will be a valuable reference for the development of in-vehicle systems to be included in the Intelligent Vehicle Initiative operational field tests to be conducted by the U.
This setup allows manufacturers and suppliers of automatic in-vehicle system (IVS) to perform reliable and reproducible end-to-end conformance tests on their eCall modules.
Microsoft has a history of delivering award-winning software platforms for in-vehicle systems that offer fresh and innovative infotainment experiences for consumers worldwide.
This initiative aims to accelerate the development, availability, and use of integrated in-vehicle systems that help drivers of cars, trucks, and buses operate more safely and effectively.
The BroadR-Reach standard allows multiple in-vehicle systems to simultaneously access and share information over a single pair, unshielded cable.
Broadcom's automotive-qualified BroadR-Reach Automotive Ethernet technology, already on the road in the 2014 BMW X5, allows multiple in-vehicle systems (such as infotainment, on-board diagnostics and automated driver assistance) to simultaneously access information over unshielded single twisted pair cabling.
You will see more of the crossover from in-vehicle systems to mobile navigation devices, because traditional telematics providers offer experience in core business capabilities that are unfamiliar to device manufacturers, such as management of subscriber life-cycle and connectivity processes," Kalisetty predicted.
Wi-Fi Direct enables easy, single-click connection and communication between devices for the exchange of everything from documents, music and video to diagnostic data -and more seamlessly, to and from in-vehicle systems.
The transfer of data from the vehicle to the network will very likely happen through mobile technology, via either traditional mobile phones and tablets or hybrid in-vehicle systems.
In-vehicle systems - accelerating the rapid evolution from a mechanical to an electronic vehicle
0 is designed for tighter integration of smartphones to in-vehicle systems such as steering wheel switches, head unit controls or vehicle touchscreens, enabling drivers to control smartphone apps without diverting their attention to the smartphone touchscreen - helping to ensure that drivers keep their eyes on the road for a safer, more enjoyable ride.