26 Oct '13, 12am

Why Toyota's Oklahoma Case Is Different | EE Times via @eetimes

MADISON, Wis. — Many people who have casually followed Toyota's unintended acceleration lawsuits over the last few years seem to have decided they already know all they need to know about this case. One of our forum readers said that Bookout v. Toyota looks like déjà vu all over again. On the surface, maybe, but not so fast. If you are an engineer, or if you own a Toyota vehicle, you owe it yourself to remain open-minded and read the followup story, we just posted on EE Times, Toyota Case: Single Bit Flip That Killed . The story is based on an exclusive interview with Michael Barr, CTO and co-founder of Barr Group, who served as an expert witness in Bookout v. Toyota. This article will walk you through -- for the first time -- some of the facts discovered by Barr, an expert on embedded systems, and his colleagues in the experts group during their investigation of Toyota's ...

Full article: http://www.eetimes.com/author.asp?doc_id=1319910&section_...

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