A Common Bus In-Vehicle Network Architecture for Ground Army Vehicles [report]

Macam S. Dattathreya
2009 unpublished
Army ground vehicles are equipped with electronic devices (e.g. sensors, displays, processors, weapons etc) to carry out battle missions. A standard interoperable invehicle network architecture is required to make onboard electronic devices more efficient, interoperable, and scalable. This report focus on the following topics  High level "Common Bus In-Vehicle Network Architecture" proposal for army ground vehicles to integrate and expand on-board electronic devices.  Network protocol and
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doi:10.21236/ada513223 fatcat:j6m7if3rrnfu7asc6gpct64ovm