30 Mar '17, 12pm

Standards to unlock smart automotive potential

Standards to unlock smart automotive potential

The Boston Consulting Group has predicted that self-driving cars, building on technology already available in many luxury vehicles, will be able to navigate crowded city streets by 2022 and may represent a quarter of worldwide auto sales by 2035. Similarly, the International Energy Agency believes that as many as 8% of all vehicles sold by 2020 will be electric, while IHS Markit estimates there will be 76million autonomous vehicles on the road by 2035. Currently, electronic and autonomous vehicles are being designed with an abundance of computer-assisted technologies, including sensors, in-vehicle operating systems, wireless and in-vehicle data communication, analytics, machine learning and smart navigation to name a few. But how can we ensure the interoperability of these various technologies as we require vehicles to communicate and interact with their surrounding enviro...

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