Five new members have joined the MOST Cooperation.They are: Bang & Olufsen, Molex, Nippon Seiki, Toyoda Gosei und TTTech.
MOST, which stands for Media-Oriented Systems Transport, sets the standard for multimedia and infotainment networking in the car. Sixteen carmakers and more than 60 component suppliers are members.
The addition of the five new members "reflects the broad acceptance of the MOST technology,“ said Harald Schoepp, a member of the MOST steering committee.
B&O provides audio systems for its automotive partners, Molex builds connection solutions and Â Nippon Seiki is a Japanese instrument and display provider. Toyoda Gosei is a production-process specialist and TTTech builds electronic control units.