With new automated driving technologies slated to become available to consumers in 2019 — most notably enabling vehicles to function with limited human involvement in a greater number of specific conditions — the need will emerge to be able to not just use but trust automated assistance in quickly emerging and complex situations. These situations, which we call “moments of truth,” will determine drivers’ understanding of, and trust in, automation.
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For the purpose of this white paper, we herein define a connected car as a car that is equipped with internet access or outfitted with smart hardware that taps into the internet or wireless LAN and provides benefits to the driver.
This white paper highlights the need for market actors such as communication technology companies and automotive makers to work together to ensure that future systems are designed to address the challenges mentioned above. One technology explored in the new network design will be topology-aware distributed clouds with multi-operator edge computing capabilities.
2015-2025 will be an exciting period for the auto industry as the electric car segment will attract several entrants. Automobile manufacturers will make significant investments to capitalize on the growth of electric vehicles
A plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) requires a power electronic system between the power grid and the high-voltage battery pack located inside the vehicle. This electronic system is split into two parts: a charging station, which is also called electric vehicle service equipment (EVSE) or an off-board charger, and an onboard charger inside the vehicle.