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BMW integrates FlexRay microcontrollers to alter handling

Posted on Thursday, November 23 2006 @ 11:36:41 CET by

BMW's nex X5 Sports Activity Vehicle features 32-bit FlexRay microcontrollers. One of the features of this system will give drivers the ability to choose a sporting of comfortable ride on the fly with a simple press of a button. This feature is called AdaptiveDrive.
FlexRay technology is not exclusive to only BMW; DaimlerChrysler, General Motors and Volkswagen also belong to the FlexRay Consortium.

"The FlexRay communications standard is continuing to gain support with key OEMs in Europe, Japan and the United States and is expected to be used by vehicle makers to enable exciting new safety-critical and performance features, as well as making on-board networking of existing electronics systems more robust," said Chris Webber, vice president of the Automotive Practice at Strategy Analytics. "Bringing this technology to the market first clearly demonstrates BMW's dedication to cutting-edge technology in providing its customer with innovative product features and an enhanced driving experience."
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