|national automotive consortium||1.95||0.2||3886||29|
|defense automotive consortium||0.16||1||6959||31|
|defense automotive technology consortium||0.29||0.6||5489||75|
|defense automotive technology consortium datc||0.84||0.5||2929||66|
|automotive edge computing consortium||0.51||0.7||2203||10|
|automotive cybersecurity industry consortium||1.1||0.3||9671||99|
Work by the Consortium is helping industry stakeholders to set the new route for connected cars by increasing network and computing capacity. Our shared strategic goal is accommodating automotive big data smartly between vehicles and the cloud by using edge computing and more efficient system design.Who is the leader in digital olfaction automotive consortium?
Aryballe, the pioneer in digital olfaction, leads the Digital Olfaction Automotive Consortium (DOAC) with key players across the automotive industry to address industry trends attributed to new mobility services and the evolution of self-driving cars.Why is the automotive edge computing consortium important?
Our mission is to help automotive manufacturers, OEMs and the supply chain to accommodate growing requirements by evolving current network architectures and computing infrastructures. Work by the Consortium is helping industry stakeholders to set the new route for connected cars by increasing network and computing capacity.What is the United States Council for Automotive Research?
The United States Council for Automotive Research (USCAR) was founded in 1992. Its goal is to further strengthen the technology base of the U.S. auto industry through cooperative research and development. USCAR's main focus is to: Create, support and direct U.S. cooperative research and development to advance automotive technologies.