V2X: The Architecture and Infrastructure Requirements for Smarter Transportation Infrastructure
March 25, 2021
How is V2X different from ITS? Cars are becoming ever more connected to other cars, to transport infrastructure, to pedestrians, and to data centers, to towers and edge compute sites. There are several components of V2X, including vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I), vehicle-to-pedestrian (V2P), and vehicle-to-network (V2N) communications. In this multifaceted ecosystem, cars will talk to other cars, to infrastructure such as traffic lights or parking spaces, to smartphone-toting pedestrians, and will access cloud services via mobile networks. This webinar offers an overview of the emerging V2X architecture and the technologies that are required to fulfill a ubiquitous, high-bandwidth, low-latency transportation network.
Innovation: Where the Investment Money is Going in 5G for Transportation
April 8, 2021
V2X communications is coming. Are you positioned to capitalize? Fifth-generation wireless technology (5G) will lead to more than a 10 times increase in data speed, low latency, and enhanced ability to support billions of connected devices. 5G will also extend mobile connectivity beyond traditional mobile devices, like cell phones and tablets, automobiles, public transportation, freight and more. This webinar features a roundtable of industry analysts looking at the innovators and innovative products that are emerging in the new V2X technology ecosystem.
Vehicle to Cloud: Platforms, Computing & Communications
May 8, 2021
From car to the cloud – and the connectivity in between – requires a need for automated driving solutions that include high-performance platforms, software development tools, robust communications links and computing solutions at the edge of the network, not a far-away datacenter. This webinar focused on what is required from an infrastructure perspective to communicate with the data center, the infrastructure on the road, and the platforms to receive, process, store and transmit huge quantities of data every second.
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Spotlight on the Edge: Infrastructure for Cloud Services in Automotive & Transportation
June 3, 2021
The massive amount of data produced by autonomous and connected vehicles require digital infrastructure that processes information in real-time. Data centers located miles, or hundreds of miles distant, may not deliver the latency required for connected vehicles. Edge computing, a mesh network of small data centers that process and analyze data near the data’s source, are expected to play a significant role in V2X infrastructure. This Webinar focuses on Edge infrastructure for automotive and transportation: who owns it? Who develops it? How is it managed, optimized and made secure? The questions and more will be answered in this Webinar.
Positioning to Win: Where to Place Your Product/Service Bet in a V2X Ecosystem
July 8, 2021
The transportation and automotive industries are on the threshold of a revolution thanks to the accelerating adoption of V2X systems. As a result, there is an increasing number of new entrants to this emerging industry: innovative products, services and platforms are changing the nature of what the roles are of OEMs, of network operators, of device manufacturers and more. Of particular interest is the evolving relationship between automakers and software providers. The suite of technologies that enables the V2X promises to turn most any object into a source of digital information, creating a new source of value that can be managed and leveraged. This wide-ranging discussion offers insight the role of new products entering the market; where the capital flow is trending; and where OEMs expect new entrants to make an impact.