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Linux driver enables MOST for Linux ecosystem

The MOST Cooperation is pleased to announce that the Linux Mainline Kernel starting with Version 4.3 will include a MOST Linux driver. A fast and reliable network infrastructure is necessary to achieve the promise of the connected car. Integrating this into the architecture for an open, common automotive platform will benefit the global car market. Inclusion of this driver in the Linux Mainline Kernel simplifies the task of making all the components in an infotainment system of a car seamlessly work together.
13th November 2015

MOST Cooperation specifies CI+ content protected transmission

The MOST Cooperation – the standardisation organisation for the leading automotive multimedia network Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) – has released its latest MOST Stream Transmission Specification that includes support for the MOST CI+ Interim License Agreement issued by the CI Plus LLP. CI+ now allows a MOST network to transport CI+ protected content using Digital Transmission Content Protection (DTCP).
12th October 2015

Presentations on sustainability, robustness & new features of MOST

The MOST Cooperation standardisation organisation for the leading automotive multimedia network technology Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST), welcomes car-makers, suppliers and academics to join the 16th MOST Interconnectivity Conference Asia (ICA) on the 12th November, 2015 in Tokyo.
29th September 2015


MOST invites automotive electronics professionals to speak at forum

The MOST Co-operation - standardisation organisation for the leading automotive multimedia network technology Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) – invites professionals from the automotive electronics industry and academia to present their latest insights and future visions at the eighth MOST Forum on 19th April 2016 in Stuttgart/Esslingen (Germany).
16th September 2015

Kia joins the list of MOST-subscribing automakers

Kia joins the list of MOST-subscribing automakers
The MOST Co-operation - standardisation organisation for the leading automotive multimedia network technology Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) - is delighted to announce that Kia Motors has integrated MOST150 into its latest vehicle model, the Kia K900. With Kia, MOSTCO sees another car brand count on MOST150 for its in-car multimedia network, alongside Audi, Daimler, Volkswagen, and Volvo. 
21st July 2015

MOST selected for use in Volvo XC90

MOST selected for use in Volvo XC90
MOST is pleased to announce that Volvo has integrated the MOST150 into its Volvo XC90. Along with a high bandwidth of 150Mbit/s, the MOST features an isochronous transport mechanism to support extensive video applications, as well as an Ethernet channel for efficient transport of IP-based packet data.
18th May 2015

MOST Forum 2015 programme announced

The MOST Cooperation has announced the conference programme for the upcoming seventh MOST Forum on April 21, 2015 in Germany. Conference presentations will examine higher speed rates as well as different physical layers and transceivers. In the area of compliance and quality assurance, presenters will look at virtual prototyping, testing and simulation.
6th March 2015

First Chinese carmaker joins MOSTCO

The MOST Cooperation (MOSTCO), the standardisation organisation for the leading automotive multimedia network MOST (Media Oriented Systems Transport), is delighted to welcome the FAW Group as its first Chinese carmaker member.
20th November 2014

Streaming bandwidth increase aids driver assistance systems

Streaming bandwidth increase aids driver assistance systems
The MOST Cooperation (MOSTCO) – the standardisation organisation for the leading automotive multimedia network Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) – has announced the latest MOST150 architecture, enabling a streaming bandwidth of up to 1.2 Gbit/s. A multiport network interface controller allocates the true, full bandwidth of up to 150 Mbit/s in up to 8 branches.
18th November 2014

15th MOST ICA presents Mercedes-Benz C-Class designs

15th MOST ICA presents Mercedes-Benz C-Class designs
Car manufacturers, suppliers and academics are invited to the 15th MOST Interconnectivity Conference Asia (ICA), which takes place on 13th November, 2014 in Seoul, South Korea. Following an overview of the conference, members of the Steering Committee will present the latest MOST150 designs and applications for the Mercedes-Benz C-Class. In particular, testing, simulation, data logging, and diverse multimedia applications will be discussed.
15th October 2014

Call for papers opened for MOST Forum 2015

Professionals from the automotive electronics industry have been invited by the MOST Cooperation to present their future visions at the 7th MOST Forum. The Call for Papers for the 2015 International Conference on MOST Technology is now inviting potential speakers to submit a proposal for a paper by November 28, 2014. The 7th MOST Forum is scheduled to take place April 21st, 2015 in Stuttgart/Esslingen, Germany.
3rd September 2014

Lean networks for HD multimedia

Deployment in over 150 models worldwide demonstrates how MOST has succeeded in high-end infotainment systems. Now the networking standard has started making inroads into middle and lower automobile sectors, targeting compact and sub-compact class cars. By Rainer Klos, Administrator, MOST Cooperation.
6th August 2014

MOST invites speakers to contribute to MOST ICA 2014

On November 13, 2014 in Seoul, South Korea, the MOST Cooperation will host the 15th MOST Interconnectivity Conference Asia (ICA). Speakers from the automotive electronics industry are invited contribute to the conference program, and are welcome to present the latest MOST designs, solutions, experiences, research results, and future outlooks.
4th July 2014

Hyundai Motor Implements MOST150 in the All-New Genesis

Hyundai Motor Implements MOST150 in the All-New Genesis
The MOST Cooperation is delighted to announce that Hyundai Motor Company will use MOST150 in its all-new Genesis model. MOST150, which is featured in a handful of other premium brand vehicles, will provide a high level of connectivity and comfort to the driver and passengers. This system is enabled by the high-speed MOST150 fiber optic network. MOST150 enables the use of a higher bandwidth of 150 Mbit/s and an embedded Ethernet channel for efficient transport of IP-based packet data. MOST uses parallel transport for many different types of data such as audio, video, and control information, as well as Ethernet and IP frames.
19th June 2014

Universal Control of In-car MOST Devices by UPnP

Universal Control of In-car MOST Devices by UPnP
The MOST Cooperation presents the Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) standard for use within MOST networks. "While smartphones and other mobile devices are integrated into our daily lives, they are not integrated into our vehicles," stated Rainer Klos, MOST Cooperation Administrator. "MOSTCO now provides an approach that allows the close integration of consumer devices in MOST based vehicles. Through UPnP, we can offer the potential to extend consumer devices with the seamless controlling capabilities currently experienced with integrated automotive head units." The vehicle user interface can be more personalized and it can keep up with the short lifecycles of consumer electronics. In addition, shared car environments would particularly benefit from user preferences, such as a favorite radio station, stereo presets or climate control temperature, stored in personal devices and automatically applied when connecting with the vehicle.
19th June 2014

MOST welcomes Microchip's MOST150 interface announcement

MOST has welcomed Microchip Technology’s decision to make its MOST150 Data Link Layer Specification available for license on a royalty-bearing basis, as announced in a press release on November 13, 2013. 
28th February 2014

Daimler Introduces MOST150 in the New Mercedes-Benz S-Class

Daimler Introduces MOST150 in the New Mercedes-Benz S-Class
The MOST Cooperation is delighted to announce that Daimler implemented MOST150 in its new Mercedes-Benz S-Class vehicles. "MOST150 has successfully accomplished series development for the next Mercedes-Benz infotainment generation, with fully-qualified series production parts available for all key components," stated Peter Haeussermann, Head of Telematics Electrics/Electronics at Daimler AG. "MOST150 has recently been first implemented in the brand-new generation of the S-Class. After that, the technology will be rolled out onto all other Mercedes-Benz car lines, step by step."
13th February 2014

MOST150-based advanced driver assist system

MOST150-based advanced driver assist system
The MOST Cooperation announce a new advanced driver assist system network based on the MOST150 star topology. The MOST150 based ADAS network transmits HD video streams from up to eight cameras, using up to 1.2 Gbit/s total bandwidth. Connected to a central node in a star topology over coaxial cable, the 360-degree automotive top view system uses small-footprint high dynamic range cameras. Based on a two-chip solution, these cameras do not require a microcontroller with the remote control feature.
14th November 2013

16th International VDI Congress "Electronic Systems for Motor Vehicles"

16th International VDI Congress "Electronic Systems for Motor Vehicles"
At the 16th International VDI Congress "Electronic Systems for Motor Vehicles" on October 16 to 17, 2013 in Baden-Baden (Germany), the MOST Cooperation (MOSTCO) will exhibit the latest technology highlights at Stand F. Besides celebrating the ongoing rollout of MOST150, the standardization organization for the leading automotive multimedia network Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) will present a slim and low-cost HD multimedia network solution that especially targets the high-volume medium- and small-sized vehicle market. Thus, the MOST network technology meets the requirements for mass-produced models of the mid-range and small cars sectors. The demo system will show a MOST50 infotainment system that includes a head unit, two interactive displays, an amplifier, and a camera. The electrical physical layer is based on a simple and low-cost unshielded twisted pair (UTP) of copper wires. The implemented remote control feature further simplifies the system and reduces cost, since the whole system needs only one single microcontroller which is located in the head unit. This remote control feature allows the reduction of the number of microcontrollers and amount of memory in small and mid-size systems by obsoleting them in peripheral nodes such as displays, cameras, amplifiers and the like. Instead of having a microcontroller in each node, the other nodes can be controlled remotely by a central microcontroller - for example, the one in the head unit.
19th September 2013

16th International VDI Congress "Electronic Systems for Motor Vehicles"

At the 16th International VDI Congress "Electronic Systems for Motor Vehicles" on October 16 to 17, 2013 in Baden-Baden, the MOST Cooperation will exhibit the latest technology highlights at Stand F. Besides celebrating the ongoing rollout of MOST150, the standardization organization for the leading automotive multimedia network Media Oriented Systems Transport will present a slim and low-cost HD multimedia network solution that especially targets the high-volume medium- and small-sized vehicle market. Thus, the MOST network technology meets the requirements for mass-produced models of the mid-range and small cars sectors. The demo system will show a MOST50 infotainment system that includes a head unit, two interactive displays, an amplifier, and a camera. The electrical physical layer is based on a simple and low-cost unshielded twisted pair (UTP) of copper wires. The implemented remote control feature further simplifies the system and reduces cost, since the whole system needs only one single microcontroller which is located in the head unit. This remote control feature allows the reduction of the number of microcontrollers and amount of memory in small and mid-size systems by obsoleting them in peripheral nodes such as displays, cameras, amplifiers and the like. Instead of having a microcontroller in each node, the other nodes can be controlled remotely by a central microcontroller - for example, the one in the head unit.
5th September 2013


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