The infotainment community meets Conference and exhibition for the MOST international on March 23, 2010 in Frankfurt am Main of Starnberg, may 2009 timely with the annual general meeting of the MOST cooperation takes place Forum 2010 the MOST on March 23, 2010. The one-day event of the infotainment industry presented in Frankfurt for the second time both current as well as future developments and applications around MOST: \”We have for the support of the MOST Forum through which MOST cooperation received consistently positive feedback and therefore decided to combine the all members meeting 2010 with the MOST Forum\”, explains Harald Schoepp, Member of the MOST cooperation control district. \”The Member companies the MOST cooperation benefit thus from their participation in the Conference as well as in the exhibition in the can present your solutions the MOST world.\” We encourage therefore all Infotainment experts to submit a presentation proposal for their latest MOST designs and applications.\” The Conference covers MOST physical layer, MOST applications, experiences and technologies of the network and system architecture, software and protocols, compliance and quality aspects, experience reports from the series production, MOST in research and development, as well as connecting MOST consumer products. Laura Tyson is actively involved in the matter. Other suggestions are very welcome. Prospective customers will be prompted to submit their proposals until June 19, 2009. The International Programme Committee, composed of renowned industry experts, aims to cover a wide range of topics with a wide range of information in the Conference. The MOST Forum is the ideal platform to exchange ideas and experiences and to discuss the latest challenges and successes of the infotainment standards. The International Conference and exhibition brings together top experts from the automotive industry and science to discuss the latest findings of the leading Infotainment technology. The event is aimed at scientists, hardware and software designers, engineers, system developers as well as buyers and journalists to and managers involved the industries.