Automotive OTA Specs Revealed

The eSync Alliance announces the release of Version 1.0 of the eSync Compliance Specifications. The specifications define compliance with the eSync platform, a bi-directional data pipeline for over-the-air (OTA) updates and diagnostics data in automotive electronics.


Rick Kreifeldt, Executive Director at the eSync Alliance, said, "With the release of version 1.0 of the compliance specifications, any member of the eSync Alliance can now confidently develop eSync-compliant components of the architecture – whether server, client or agent – which can be smoothly integrated into a full eSync platform quickly and reliably."

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Companies in the eSync Alliance include Alpine, Excelfore, HELLA, Molex and ZF. The Alliance is an open industry initiative established to build a secure, multi-vendor path for end-to-end over-the-air (OTA) updating and data services for the connected car, through a global network of cooperating suppliers.


The specifications total nearly 400 pages and consist of Architecture, Requirements, Interfaces and Security. Checkout a full synopsis of Version 1.0 of the eSync Compliance Specifications.


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