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Auto Tech Outlook | Monday, May 02, 2022
Connected cars have become commonplace in the automobile sector, and with every passing day, it's becoming better.
Fremont, CA: Digitization is transforming the world at a very rapid pace; meanwhile, the internet has entirely changed the way humans interact or perform their day-to-day work. In simple words, the world is 'connected,' and one can obtain whatever they want on the internet. When everything is connected, why not cars? True, the technology is known as connected car technology. Connected cars have become commonplace in the automobile sector, and with every passing day, it's becoming better. Let's see the key benefits of connected cars.
Vehicle to Vehicle (V-2-V) communication
Connected vehicles can collect a plethora of data that can be shared or utilized by other drivers. In addition, v-2-V communication allows data to be wirelessly shared from one linked automobile to another, ranging from traffic and road conditions to speed restrictions.
Personalized and tailored experience
Because every driver is unique, it's no wonder that all demand something different from their driving experience. For example, one motorist could want to see their planned route or fuel use in real-time, while another would want to listen to a podcast.
Geofencing for younger or less experienced drivers
Geofences are unseen lines on a map that restrict the areas where linked automobiles are permitted to travel. Vehicle owners can impose these boundaries to ensure that younger or even less experienced drivers don't cross them.
If the automobile is driven beyond the designated boundaries, the owner will be notified so that the driver may return to the original path.
Every day, new connected automotive features are being investigated, demonstrating the importance of connection in the future of transportation. Real-time peace of mind comes with improved connectivity.
Real-time monitoring, automated SOS calls in the case of an accident, and cybersecurity updates are just a few of the security benefits that a connected automobile may provide. Connected vehicles would notify drivers when they reach an area known for smash-and-grabs, for example, using these upgraded security capabilities.