Connected Vehicles Guidance System

OEMs invest in vehicles for providing top-notch customer experience to vehicle owners, and thus, artificial intelligence is driving the autonomous vehicle revolution

An autonomous automobile is one which can navigate itself in autopilot mode from a starting point to a predefined destination by utilizing different in-car technology and sensors. The autonomous vehicle anatomy breaks down into many different rent levels. SAE International (Society of Automotive Engineers) has set different levels of automation level:

  • Level 0- This level features only provide warnings and momentary assistance. For instance, lane centering or adaptive cruise control.
  • Level 1- This level allows for steering or breaking acceleration support. For example- Lane centering or Adaptive cruise control.
  • Level 2- This level is a combination of features of both levels, 0 and 1.
    These three levels mean the owner is in charge of driving, but when these features are engaged, constant supervision is required. The other three levels have more control and command over the vehicles. These features are labeled as automated driving systems. As per our analysis, there were nearly 30 million autonomous cars in 2019, and it is predicted to reach around 55 million in 2024.
Assistance of Connected Vehicle –
  • Safety – Connected cars give drivers total knowledge of similar outfitted vehicles within a 300-meter radius. This secure system keeps personal information anonymous and does not track the vehicles. This informs drivers of potential hazards through a visual display seat. These warnings help the driver to respond immediately and to avoid potential crashes.
  • Green Transportation – Connected vehicles help in reducing carbon footprints and facilitate green transportation choices. Drivers will be alerted about the proper speed with signs, which saves fuel and reduces emissions.
  • Vehicle-to-vehicle communication – The ability to robust and share anonymous data with each other and with smart infrastructure will improve traffic flow and enhance coordination with transit and make driving even more safe and smooth. Applications do the matching for the drivers authenticating users and connecting riders with drivers. The connected network provides passengers with real-time travel information, allowing them to estimate their next connection.

Global Positioning System (GPS)?

The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite-based navigation and surveying system for the determination of precise position and time, using radio signals from the satellites, in real-time or post-processing mode. The GPS tracking device is used as a location device. It is used to provide the geographical location of any object on the earth’s surface using satellite data, including navigation on land, air, and sea, determining the precise coordinates of geographical features. As it is a vital source for mapping and Geographical Information Systems (GIS).


On-Board Diagnostics

On-board diagnostics (OBD) is the vehicle’s built-in self-diagnostic system. It is the standard protocol for retrieving vehicle diagnostics information in most light-duty automobiles. On-board diagnostics refers to the automotive electronic system that offers repair technicians vehicle self-diagnosis and reporting capabilities. An OBD provides technicians with access to subsystem data for the purposes of performance monitoring and analyzing repair requirements. The OBD is generally found on the driver's side of the automobile, under the dashboard. The port could be 16-pin, 6-pin, or 9-pin depending on the type of car. The OBD 2 provides access to status information and Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs).

Regions utilizing

the features of Connected Vehicles –

The growing integration of 5G in vehicle models, increasing vehicle safety, security norms, rising commercial vehicles, and the incorporation of IoT in the automotive industry is expected to be major factor rising demand for connected vehicles in Asia Pacific. According to statistics from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development's database, global ICT goods exports (as a percentage of total goods exports) increased from 10.816 in 2015 to 11.536 in 2019. In 2019, these exports totaled 56.65% in Hong Kong SAR, China, 25.23% in East Asia & Pacific, 26.50% in China, 25.77% in Korea, Rep., 8.74% in the US, and 35.01% in Vietnam. According to a recent study, 5G technology connected car sales volume in China would reach roughly 7 million units by 2025, accounting for 40% of the overall connected vehicle sales rate in the country.

  • According to an Indian Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF) analysis, the India passenger car market was valued at US$ 32.70 billion in 2021 and is predicted to reach US$ 54.84 billion by 2027, with a CAGR of more than 9% between 2022 and 2027. The electric vehicle (EV) industry in India is expected to reach Rs. 50,000 crore (USD 7.09 billion) by 2025. According to a study conducted by the CEEW Centre for Energy Finance, there is a USD 206 billion opportunity for electric vehicles in India by 2030. This will demand a US$ 180 billion investment.
  • As per the Japan Automobile Dealers Association (JADA), new electric car sales in 2020 will be close to 1.4 million. New electric vehicles contributed to 36.2% of total new car sales, up from 35.2% in 2019 and 32.9% in 2017. Since the Toyota Prius was released in Japan in 1997, there has been tremendous demand for HEVs. In actuality, HEVs accounted for 97.8% of all new electric vehicles delivered in 2020, with PHEVs accounting for 1.1%, BEVs accounting for 1.1%, and FECVs accounting for 0.1%. Japan is on track to have 100% electric car sales by 2035, and the Japanese electric vehicle market is expanding.


Connected Vehicle: The Future of Transportation

With cars becoming more advanced and the need to travel, safety, efficiency, and entertainment, that all come from wireless data communication. Therough enabling secure interoperable networked wireless communication among cars infrastructure and personal communication devices, connected vehicle technology will most likely transform the transportation system. In addition, with a slew of major corporations upping their game in the collaborative arena, linked cars are ready to benefit the planet. As of April 2021, more than 4.5 billion people were actively utilizing the Internet worldwide. Furthermore, the rise of the ICT sector has considerably contributed to GDP growth, labor productivity, and R&D spending, among other economic transformations in various countries around the world.

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