A vehicle coming off the assembly line today is a marvel of technological innovation, though much of it remains unseen by consumers. That’s because a typical car can have as many as 100 million lines of software code and upwards of 100 electronic control units.
While advanced technologies enable our vehicles to do more today than we could have imagined a few decades ago, they can also cause more safety issues if not developed properly.
Increasingly, automotive technology developers are designing safety and security into their products, guided by a growing number of specific standards.
This has always been true