Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communication is a key enabler for safer, greener, more intelligent, connected, and automated transportation. After more than a decade of research, investments and standardization, V2X technology is here today. IEEE 802.11 has established the foundation for safety-critical communication in vehicular networks; field trials have demonstrated its feasibility for “day-one” applications (e.g., emergency brake light, stationary vehicle warning); in the meanwhile the rulemaking for it has begun. Beyond that, the reliability and ultra-low latency demands of tomorrow applications (e.g., autonomous driving) require cooperative awareness and sustained technology evolution to accommodate new use cases. Cellular technologies started to play a role for connected cars with telematics and infotainment, and now with V2X as part of 3GPP Release 14, they are paving the road to 5G. This talk will present the status quo of current standards and lessons learnt, then identify key challenges and opportunities for a new generation of connected cars that incorporate the latest ICT advancements and may represent a prime stage for deployment and refinement of cutting-edge technologies for 5G.

V2X technologies for the future of connected cars, Keynote speaker in International Conference on Ad Hoc Networks and Wireless (AdHoc Now) 2016, July 4, Lille, France

MOLINARO, Antonella
2016

Abstract

Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communication is a key enabler for safer, greener, more intelligent, connected, and automated transportation. After more than a decade of research, investments and standardization, V2X technology is here today. IEEE 802.11 has established the foundation for safety-critical communication in vehicular networks; field trials have demonstrated its feasibility for “day-one” applications (e.g., emergency brake light, stationary vehicle warning); in the meanwhile the rulemaking for it has begun. Beyond that, the reliability and ultra-low latency demands of tomorrow applications (e.g., autonomous driving) require cooperative awareness and sustained technology evolution to accommodate new use cases. Cellular technologies started to play a role for connected cars with telematics and infotainment, and now with V2X as part of 3GPP Release 14, they are paving the road to 5G. This talk will present the status quo of current standards and lessons learnt, then identify key challenges and opportunities for a new generation of connected cars that incorporate the latest ICT advancements and may represent a prime stage for deployment and refinement of cutting-edge technologies for 5G.
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