Siemens, Rockwell advance in ITS race

March 1995
Ward's Auto World;Mar95, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p109
Trade Publication
Reports on the competition between Siemens Automotive and Rockwell International Corp. in designing a standard architecture for a national intelligent transportation system (ITS).


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