JASPAR was established to enable standardization of electronic control systems and software of in-vehicle networks, thereby allowing industry-wide
common implementation, more efficient development, and increased reliability.
Participants are mostly engineers from the automotive industry which include car manufacturers, electrical equipment suppliers, semiconductor/component manufacturers, software/tool vendors, trading companies, carriers, and university/research institutes that are responsible for development of in-vehicle
networks, related software, and cybersecurity for the Japan and overseas markets.
[ Mission ]
♦ JASPAR's mission is to identify common issues that will be faced in the future in the car electronics sector, and then undertake standardization
initiatives aimed at resolving those issues, creating common objectives across the entire automotive industry.
[ Vision ]
♦ Activity topics
In addition to maintaining and building further on past standardization activities, JASPAR continually strives to undertake standardization of new areas of car electronics technology, taking into account suggestions of member companies, and then promptly engaging in cooperative activities to work towards a final standard in a timely manner.
♦ Target role
JASPAR seeks to be a Japan-based organization that can lead the automotive industry, through the technical expertise of its members, in broad adoption of new automotive technologies.