BROWSING: V2V

How to secure connected vehicles

Security vulnerabilities of connected vehicles Automakers are in a race to make their vehicles more secure in an era of web-connected devices. While vehicles with internet access enable services like infotainment systems and maintenance monitoring, they also pose security risks on account of being connected...

Telecom Tweets of the Week: DSRC mandate on the chopping block?

Is the Trump administration backing away from mandating the use of Dedicated Short Range Communications technology in new vehicles? The Associated Press reported that the administration has decided not to pursue a final vehicle-to-vehicle mandate for auto manufacturers to deploy DSRC, citing four anonymous sources, including...

Video: Uses for 5G Explained in 101 Seconds

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTh9F-2BsX4&index=2&list=PL8AD95E4F585237C1 Perhaps the most exciting thing about 5G is that we're designing a new wireless network fabric, unlocking potential for a host of services that we haven't even imagined yet. John Smee, VP of Engineering explains.

Industry weighs in on DSRC for V2V communications (Part 2)

NXP claims technology leadership in DSRC rulemaking comments. As the cellular industry and standards bodies increasingly seek to support connected vehicles, the federal government is considering whether to mandate the use of dedicated short-range communications capabilities – or interoperability with DSRC – in...

Industry weighs in on DSRC for V2V communications (Part 1)

Rulemaking comments for DSRC for V2V include potential for use of cellular-V2X, sharing of DSRC spectrum. As the cellular industry and standards bodies increasingly seek to support connected vehicles, the federal government is considering whether to mandate the use of dedicated short-range communications...

Analyst Angle: Why V2V communications can save tens of thousands of lives each year

Breaking down the live saving opportunities of V2V There's a lot of talk these days about autonomous driving. And, likely within the next 10 to 15 years, we will be able to have our cars take us to many locations without our having to touch...

EMEA: Driving the connected highway

Laird has a vision for connected highways with connected cars driving along communicating with each other to ensure the safety of their occupants. The reality is that this vision is easier said than done and requires a great deal of technology to bring it...

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