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"automotive" references for the Electrical Engineer
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Semiconductor Applications Web Site Web-Site Description: This is a neat web site to browse. It pulls together white papers, app notes and reference designs for a wide variety of applications and vendors.
Controller Area Network (CAN) Specs and Whitepapers Specification Description: You may not know it, but it's very likely that the electronics in your car are linked via a Controller Area Network, or CAN.
FlexRay Communications System Specifications Specification Description: FlexRay is a next generation automotive network known for fault tolerance and deterministic communications. This is the web site of the FlexRay consortium. FlexRay specs can be downloaded from here.
Local Interconnect Network Specification Description: The LIN website says "LIN is a low cost serial communication system intended to be used for distributed electronic systems in cars."
MIL-STD-1629A: Procedures for Performing a Failure Mode, Effects and Criticality Analysis Specification Description: U.S. Military Standard for performing FMEAs

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"automotive" related organizations for the Electrical Engineer
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Society of Automotive Engineers Professional Description: "The Society of Automotive Engineers has more than 90,000 members - engineers, business executives, educators, and students from more than 97 countries - who share information and exchange ideas for advancing the engineering of mobility systems. SAE is your one-stop resource for standards development, events, and technical information and expertise used in designing, building, maintaining, and operating self-propelled vehicles for use on land or sea, in air or space."
Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium Consortium Description: EEMBC "was formed in 1997 to develop meaningful performance benchmarks for the hardware and software used in embedded systems."