Are Connected Vehicles Ready for the 5G Revolution?
The connected car of the future is here, but it’s still evolving to meet customer demands. Steve Schwinke of General Motors discusses the current state of CV, its future and what CV will mean for consumers.
CES Gets Smart
The buzz at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was about new developments in connectivity. Harry Smeenk, TIA’s VP of Programs, discusses how innovations in smart homes/communities, autonomous vehicles and AI changed this year’s CES from device focused to technology focused.
Connected Car: Connected Network
The burgeoning industry of connected vehicles relies heavily on the reliability of the communications network. Tim Nixon, a keynote presenter at the TIA 2015 Network of the Future conference, talked about the growing number of data transactions in all General Motors vehicles and why a high bandwidth and low latency network is integral for connected…
Intelligent transportation holds the promise for greater energy efficiency as connected and autonomous vehicles travel optimal routes, employ fuel-efficient tactics and rely on renewable energy fuel such as electricity.
Research in the Connected Vehicle Sector
Executive Director of the Transportation Research Board, Neil Pedersen, spoke with TIA NOW about the primary tenets and goals of TRB and what impact it has in the connected vehicle sector.
The Connected Vehicle: Held at a Higher Standard
As people spend as much time in their cars as they do on the internet, the connected car space is transitioning very quickly. At the TIA 2015 Network of the Future conference, Russ Shields, the Chair of the ITU organized Collaboration on ITS Communications Standards explained why drivers are holding connected vehicle manufacturers to a…
The Internet of Cars
Connecting data is what the Internet of Everything is all about. Andreas Mai, Cisco’s Director of Smart Connected Vehicles, spoke to TIA NOW about hyper-connectivity and what that means to the Internet of Cars space.
The Outlook and Impact of Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Deployment
The Transportation Research Board’s 2018 annual meeting in Washington, D.C., may have long-term implications for CAV deployment throughout the United States. David Pickeral discusses the TRB’s position on connected and autonomous vehicle safety, changes in city planning, the increasing role of state and local governments, and the impact it could have on the ICT industry.
Urban Phenomenon or No? Transportation as a Service
Future roads will host a combination of shared rides, electric cars and autonomous vehicles, says Peter Kosak, Executive Director of Global Urban Mobility Programs at General Motors. Kosak talks with TIA NOW about consumers’ evolving views on autonomous vehicles, how easier modes of transportation affect the future of car ownership, and what hurdles still need…
Vehicle Connectivity: What is CV/AV?
Shailen Bhatt, Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Transportation, talks about vehicle connectivity research areas like vehicle to infrastructure, vehicle to vehicle, security, privacy and standards in the CV/AV space.
Vehicular Communication Systems
Tim Nixon, Executive Director and Chief Technology Officer of Applications Delivery and Global Connected Customer Experience at General Motors, spoke to TIA NOW about GM’s move towards in vehicle Wi-Fi and 4G LTE, to enhance vehicular communications services.
What You Thought You Knew About Connected Vehicles
Mark Norman, Director of Development & Strategic Initiatives at the Transportation Research Board, spoke with TIA NOW about the challenging dynamics between the public and private sectors for the enablement of a robust connected and autonomous vehicle.