Automotive



VEHICLE-TO-VEHICLE (V2V) COMMUNICATIONS

1. Allows nearby vehicles to exchange data on their position and use these data to warn drivers of potential collisions
2. V2V technologies are capable of warning drivers of potential collisions that are not visible to sensors, such as a stopped vehicle blocked from view, or a moving vehicle at a blind intersection
3. Unprecedented and transformative technology: Extendable to other vehicle types, , road users, and Infrastructure

VEHICLE-TO-INFRASTRUCTURE (V2I) COMMUNICATIONS

1. Allows infrastructure to communicate with vehicles
2. Could be used to inform drivers about weather, traffic, work zones, and even potholes
3. Allows for coordinated signal timing and enhanced parking information systems

REAL-TIME FLEET MANAGEMENT

A fleet telematics solution is hence needed to enable vehicle tracking – providing a variety of benefits to businesses that rely on rapid delivery of products and services. Moreover using information provided via telematics, fleet services can also better allocate resources; manage fuel and labor usage and costs.