Networking Vehicles to Everything: Evolving Automotive Solutions

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Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG, Jan 9, 2018 - Computers - 233 pages

Communication between vehicles and infrastructure will enable an entirely new way of managing and accommodating traffic, pedestrians, and the surrounding environment, changing the nature of travel going forward. Networking Vehicles to Everything provides those seriously interested in vehicular automation with a state of the art resource for a deep understanding of the many competing technologies that will be united to enable the technology in years to come. This in-depth account covers challenges, case considerations, current activities in standards, product implementation, and upcoming trends such as software reconfiguration, mmWave technology and advanced control theory tools.

Readers will gain in-depth understanding of the main bodies and institutions developing and regulating the technology, current technological battles including in particular IEEE 802.11p and 3GPP LTE V2X technologies which compete for the top-spot in a multi-billion market. Readers will become aware of the many currently open technological questions and trends in terms of applications, markets and some of the possibilities that the future may hold for any type of vehicle.

 

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Contents

Preface
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Applications and Use Cases
Chapter 3 V2X Requirements Standards and Regulations
Chapter 4 Technologies
Chapter 5 V2X networking and connectivity
Chapter 6 Infotainment
Chapter 7 Software Reconfiguration
Chapter 8 Outlook
Appendix A
Index
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Dr. Markus Mueck, Spectrum Sharing, Intel; Dr. Ingolf Karls, NGS program manager, Intel.

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