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Auto Tech Outlook | Monday, November 18, 2019

The innovations in wireless technology have manifested themselves as highly functional applications in modern automobiles.

FREMONT, CA: The automotive trade has always been a keen user of wireless technology, now re-forming the driving landscape. Smart automotive manufacturers face the inventive challenge of maintaining their brand's name while evolving to deliver the most recent wireless innovations. Several car manufacturers and technology companies are working to create self-driving cars that are integrated with several wireless applications. These vehicles can facilitate safety, like automatic emergency braking, lane-keeping assistance, blind-spot detection, adaptive cruise control, and cross-traffic warning. 

• Modern Wireless Communication Techniques

For autonomous driving, accurate vehicle mapping is crucial. Advanced wireless communication techniques allow drivers to locate information and transmit it with significantly low latency accurately. The data collected are often used to navigate and share with other nodes effectively. Using location technologies, modern navigation applications allow users to navigate easily. The introduction of the supercharged 5G network and stuff internet will give effective smart driving management. All connected is a modern concept within the automotive industry where vehicles are connected to nearly each physical thing in their environment and the cloud.

• Exchange of data with Cellular connectivity

The idea of the connected vehicle uses cellular connectivity for the exchange of data. Vehicles can share info through vehicle-to-vehicle communication, like the distance between two vehicles, traffic information, road conditions, and much more. This data is often used throughout significant traffic conditions to manage and management traffic effectively. Vehicle-to-vehicle communication additionally provides a line of sight and non-line of sight collision avoidance systems that facilitate drivers share road information and ultimately enhance passenger safety. There are vehicle-to-infrastructure communication systems that permit communication with security applications and digital signs to transfer location information, exchange traffic conditions information, and therefore cut back congestion. Through means of mobile device applications, vehicle-to-pedestrian communication systems can observe the presence of people in the area and warn drivers and pedestrians.

• Efficient Wireless Charging Technology

In the automotive trade, wireless electrical charging for vehicles is a hot top. Pioneers in engineering have already developed economical wireless charging technology for vehicles. Wireless charging allows users to charge their cars quickly at wireless charging stations, parking lots, or at home. For higher potency and smoother deployment in the future, wireless charging technology can be improved, and tech leaders are working towards it. For autonomous vehicles, wireless charging pads give the perfect solution for hands-free charging. No physical connection is needed for the automobile. If a vehicle has to charge, it will park itself after a wireless charging pad and refill it automatically while not even plugging in. With no human intervention to recharge batteries, passengers will be able to focus on other issues, knowing their cars will be ready when required.

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