By R. H. Grace (auth.), Sven Krueger, Wolfgang Gessner (eds.)
Microsystems are a big good fortune consider the auto undefined. which will fulfil the shoppers requests for security comfort and car economic climate, and to fulfill environmental specifications, microsystems have gotten fundamental. hence plenty of microsystem purposes got here into the dialogue. With the overseas convention AMAA 2002, VDI/VDE-IT offers a platform for the dialogue of all MST correct elements for car functions. The convention complaints assemble the papers by way of authors from motor vehicle providers and manufacturers.
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