Connected Car – The Driven Hour – whitepaper edition
Connected vehicles are considered to be one of the major drivers for investment in cellular communications technologies with forecasts projecting every new vehicle produced being ‘connected’ by 2025.
Connected Car – All That Data – Cost and Impact on the Network
In the previous blog, we looked at the Connected vehicle of tomorrow, at the services that are coming and their data volumes. In this final post, we’re going to take a look at the cost of data and how the financial model will affect manufacturer’s thinking.
Connected Car – the Vehicle of Tomorrow
In the previous blog, we looked at Connected vehicle services and telemetry, digging into the current data volumes. In this blog, we’re going to take a look at the Connected vehicle of tomorrow.
Connected Car – What is Your Vehicle Reporting?
In the previous blog, we looked at In-Vehicle Infotainment, focusing on streamed media and navigation services. In this blog, we’ll look at Connected vehicle services and telemetry.
Connected Car – Let me ‘Infotain’ You
In the previous blog, we looked at data from vehicles and why vehicle manufacturers want to gather the information. We also looked to understand data from a ‘per-duty-cycle’ perspective rather than ‘per-day’. In this blog, we’ll look at In-Vehicle Infotainment. What is this and what data volume does it represent?
Connected Car – The Driven Hour
It’s time to get real about Connected Cars and the volume of data that they will generate. Connected vehicles are often mentioned as being a major driver for 5G, especially with respect to the provision of low-latency communications for safety-related use-cases.