MOSTCO Announces MOST® Forum Program

MOST® Forum Will Focus on Seamless Connectivity Worldwide

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The MOST® Cooperation – the standardization organization for the leading automotive multimedia network Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) – announces the conference program for the upcoming eighth MOST Forum on April 19, 2016 in Stuttgart/Esslingen (Germany). Conference presentations will illustrate how MOST architecture easily connects to global networking standards such as CI Plus and the open-source platform Linux. Another focus will be on the new coaxial physical layer. "MOST has made its way around the globe and it is now implemented in over 195 car models worldwide," stated Henry Muyshondt, Administrator of the MOST Cooperation. "We again welcome professionals from the automotive electronics industry and academics to attend this international platform for exchange and networking."

Conference Program

After opening the conference and welcoming the attendees, Henry Muyshondt will guide the program. Subsequently, Microchip Technology and Ruetz System Solutions will introduce various aspects of the coaxial physical layer. Eurofins and K2L will introduce compliance and quality aspects. During the lunch and networking break all attendees and speakers are welcome to visit the exhibition area to learn about available MOST solutions and implementations in brand new vehicle models. Further afternoon sessions will give an outlook for the MOST Technology with presenters from Cetitec, K2L, Microchip Technology, the MOST Cooperation, and the Research Center for Information Technology (FZI). The Linux Foundation will show how the combination of MOST and Linux provides an excellent solution for the increasing complexity of IVI and ADAS.

In the exhibition area, various companies will present their innovative MOST solutions and applications. Amongst the exhibitors will be the MOST Cooperation. There will also be exhibits by Coilcraft, Hamamatsu, K2L, the Linux Foundation, Microchip Technology, Ruetz System Solutions, Telemotive, and others. Several media partners are invited to the MOST Forum. These include Automotive Electronics (, Display-Plus (, EE Times Europe (, Elektronik automotive (, ElektronikPraxis (, Information Gatekeepers (, and John Day's Automotive Electronics (

Conference Program

Registration and Reception Coffee, Exhibition Opens

Opening and Welcoming Speech
Moderation: Henry Muyshondt, MOST Cooperation

Physical Layer

MOST150 Coax Physical Layer EMC Test Results
Mazen Allawi / Cesar Rodriguez, Microchip Technology 

Compliance and Quality

Testing the MOST150 Coax Physical Layer
Jörg Angstenberger / Frédéric Garraud, RUETZ SYSTEM SOLUTIONS

Clean Test Processes for MOST and Multi Bus Scenarios
Matthias Karcher, K2L

MOST CI+ Certification
Kristof Mommen, Eurofins

Exhibitor Presentations

Lunch / Networking / Exhibition

Network and System Architecture

Constraint-based Platform Variant Specification for Early System Verification
Prof. Dr. Oliver Bringmann / Dr. Andreas Burger / Sebastian Reiter / Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Rosenstiel / Dr. Alexander Viehl, FZI

MOST Design Time Configuration
Renato Machelett, MOST Cooperation 

Model-Driven Engineering of Infotainment Networks
Yury Asheshov, K2L 

The Future of Packet-based Communications on MOST
Pablo Granados, Cetitec 

Coffee Break / Networking / Exhibition


MOST Connecting to Linux Ecosystem
Dan Cauchy, Linux Foundation

Implementing MOSTCO's Roadmap
Johann Stelzer, Microchip Technology 

Transfer of MOST Technology to ISO
Dr. Jürgen Löffler, Audi

Conclusion and End of Conference, Exhibition Closes
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