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Automotive SerDes Conference

Join ASA at the Automotive SerDes Conference in Munich in October 2020.  This conference will be provided in english and will happen virtually. Find more information here: Link

Face to Face Meetings

Meeting Schedule: 8 - 10 June 2020: Technical Committee A and Technical Committee C 5 June 2020: Steering Committee  

Face to Face Meetings
Irvine, California

Changed to online meeting!   The ASA Steering Committee has decided to cancel the upcoming meeting in Irvine. The current happenings around the COVID-19 virus lead us to this decision. Alternatively, online meetings will take place…

Face to Face Meetings
Munich - Germany

Face to Face Meeting hosted by NXP. General Assembly scheduled for 7th of February, 2020. Technical Committee A and Technical Committee B will be meeting.  

Face to Face Meetings

Meeting Schedule: Technical Committee A

Face to Face Meetings
Location TBC


Liaison Establishment of JASPAR and ASA

ASA started with the goal to create a standard for the entire automotive industry and to establish a standardized technology. One step closer to this claim was made recently:

With the signature of the official documents…

Automotive SerDes Alliance to Present at AutoSens 2020 in Detroit Michigan

UPDATE: Postponed! More information:

In today's E/E Architectures, there are various communication scopes, but an increasingly important one is the interface from sensors to the in-vehicle-network and ECU’s. These interfaces…

"Now the Course Is Being Set for the Next Decade"

The standardization of SerDes links for asynchronous signal transmission in automobiles is making good progress: The Automotive SerDes Alliance (ASA), founded for this purpose, has grown from 13 to 36 members in a short time…

Interview in Japanese: Nikkei Business Publications about ASA

Nikkei Business Publications

「日を追うごとに参加企業が増えている。それだけ注目されている証左だ」――。こう胸を張るのは、車載に向けた新しい高速インターフェースの普及促進団体「Automotive SerDes Alliance(ASA)」で議長(Chair)を務めるStefan Brunner氏である。

A New Standard for the Automotive Industry

A new alliance of OEMs and suppliers is committed to standardizing SerDes connections in the car. Until now, only proprietary solutions have been available for the link, which is frequently used for sensor connections.