ASAM expands work scope to include telematics

Published: March 8, 2016 | Munich

ASAM, an international technical standardization organization in automotive electronics and automated testing plans to expand its work scope to include “Telematics”. The member organization Cummins Inc. has approached ASAM with the request to further document common use cases relating to over-the-air communication.

ASAM (Association for Standardization of Automation and Measuring Systems) is an incorporated association under German law. Our members are primarily international car manufacturers, suppliers and engineering service providers from the automotive industry.

ASAM e.V. was created with the goal of offering a platform for the development of universal standards. The worldwide membership base consists of OEMs, Tier One suppliers and tool suppliers, who serve as the connecting part between OEM and Tier One suppliers. Universities and individual members round up the composition of the ASAM membership. 


As a first step, Cummins Inc. and ASAM will co-host a workshop on “developing business use cases for vehicle/equipment 2-way communication with a “cloud” platform” taking place on March 31, 2016in Novi, Michigan.

The workshop will create a common understanding of the challenges and potential paths to solutions that can be addressed by a standardization project.



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