The automotive industry is experiencing an unprecedented transformation as it takes on the transition to electric, increasingly autonomous, and connected vehicles. Among these automotive megatrends, automotive connectivity stands at the forefront of vehicle design decisions, thanks to its central role in enabling a wide range of innovative user experiences, value-added services, safety and security enhancements, and new features that are changing the way drivers interact with their vehicles.
To make these new dimensions possible, cars will need to support a number of wireless technologies, including high-performance Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Ultra-Wideband (UWB), Near Field Communication (NFC), IEEE 802.11p (DSRC), and cellular connectivity, in order to enable key use cases, such as advanced in-car infotainment and audio systems, secure vehicle access and sharing, intelligent vehicle data collection, over-the-air (OTA) updates, vehicle diagnostics and health management, tire pressure monitoring systems, vehicle-as-hotspot, and Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications functionality, among others.
This whitepaper will highlight the future of the connected car and discuss how key wireless connectivity technologies will help to enable new innovative use cases within and around the vehicle.
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