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works as scientific employee in car pre-development on telematics and infotainment networks at Daimler AG in Ulm. He represents the Daimler AG in the MOST multimedia streaming working group.
Dr. Walter Franz
leads the team Telematic Networks at Daimler AG car pre-development in Ulm. He represents the Daimler AG in the MOST Cooperation Steering Committee.
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Rosenstiel
is professor of the Wilhelm Schickard Institute at the University of Tuebingen and director at the FZI (Forschungszentrum Informatik) in Karlsruhe (Germany).
Article previously published in Elektronik automotive, MOST Special Edition, April 2013, www.elektroniknet.de