Energy Efficient Automotive E/E Architectures

Reducing electrical energy consumption in the complex E/E-architectures of modern passenger vehicles has increasingly been a topic for discussion over the last couple of years. Most of the electronic functionality is not in constant use while the car is operational. Therefore it is obvious that either entire ECUs or some functionality within one ECU can be deactivated temporarily.

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