28 septembre 2019

5G could make self-driving cars smarter and commutes safer

5G could make self-driving cars smarter and commutes safer   Self-driving cars can already see and think for themselves. But a newer technology that will run on soon-to-launch 5G networks promises to give them another advanced skill: the ability to talk with one another. C-V2X, a communications technology using the same 5G networks coming to our phones, will allow vehicles to communicate wirelessly with each other, with traffic signals and with other roadside gear, improving both... [Lire la suite]
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25 décembre 2018

Are Driverless Cars The Ultimate Use Case For The Telecom Industry?

Are Driverless Cars The Ultimate Use Case For The Telecom Industry? A group of representative organizations from the telecom industry has urged the European Union (EU) to “place 5G at the core of digital reform and shape upcoming laws with a view to increasing network investment and allow innovation”. As I have witnessed on the Mobile World Congress, the automotive industry is already investing in research and development aimed at driverless cars and there are many pilots going on around this basic idea. I believe that there are... [Lire la suite]
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26 janvier 2017

Guide to top autonomous and connected car demos/displays at CES: from auto to tech suppliers

Guide to top autonomous and connected car demos/displays at CES: from auto to tech suppliers 2017 will have more automotive autonomous and connected cartechnology than ever before. Here is AUTO Connected Car News’ ultimate guide to the automotive connected car technology at CES 2017 all in one place. In fact, the Autonomous Vehicle Marketplace — formally known as Vehicle Intelligence — has grown by 75 percent since its inception at CES 2014. Many of the companies at CES are nominated for AUTO Connected Car News’ Tech CARS... [Lire la suite]
14 novembre 2016

How 5G is paving the way for driverless vehicles

How 5G is paving the way for driverless vehicles Some would argue that it’s an intrinsic part of human instinct to be wary of change. There’s something inside all of us which can be instinctively nervous about the concept of autonomous vehicles and there are some key questions which the industry is working hard to answer in order to allay these concerns. What, if any, degree of human oversight is required? How will autonomous and traditional vehicles co-exist? And most crucially, how can we guarantee safety? This school of thought... [Lire la suite]
29 mai 2016

Connected Cars could drive the need for 5G technologies

Connected Cars could drive the need for 5G technologies It’s not just the increasing use of smart devices that is prompting the telecoms industry to pick up the pace on research for the next generation of wireless technology; 5G is also being developed to support a wide range of M2M and IoT applications. Amongst these are services and applications that will enable truly connected cars and driverless vehicles. “Industry awareness about the importance of V2V (vehicle to vehicle) and V2I (vehicle to infrastructure) is clearly gaining... [Lire la suite]