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first 5G device prototype that will support communication between vehicles, the core enabler of autonomous vehicles
I wish DSRC had moved faster, but it seems 5G will beat the hype engine for wireless safety in cars, based largely on massive operator support.
connected and autonomous vehicles is one of NHTSA’s priorities under President Obama’s $1.18 billion fiscal 2017 budget request
If they can unbundle some of this work, the autonomous driving hype could push the scales to acceptance, but the total $98.1B may scare some lawmakers off.
we could soon see this centimetre-level GPS used in our personal devices.
If this can work in a car it would be a huge step forward in safety. If it works in phones it will reach mass adoption and be affordable.
determining that there is no possibility of collision
I wonder how they do this? Guaranteed?
“Humans aren’t going to trust the vehicles unless you address those [issues],”
This is the crux of the matter – trust. We trust our cars today, but don’t really trust each other on the road. Meanwhile the infrastructure is not exactly the monorail at Disneyland.
attack could be carried out using a Raspberry Pi or an Arduino single-board computer
One thing about hackers, many are not well funded so a cheap platform is attractive. Laser pointers are about $2.50 and Raspberry Pi is under $50 populated. Scary.
200 million lines of code in a car, which means it’s unlikely to be bug-proof from day one, Ericsson’s Olsson said
Duh, try day 3, 4, 1000. Like iOS complexity (last update fixed 100 problems) car software demands frequent updates if high functionality is included.
This has led some to choose Linux as a viable development platform, on the perceived basis that its cost is less than commercial alternatives
I carefully read Chris’s paper and agree with nearly everything he says, except the idea that Linux is a “free puppy” unless he is referring to a Tibetan Mastiff (http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/world-expensive-dog-tibetan-mastiff-sells-2-million-article-1.1726647) in which case most would see the value. For automotive the issue is about sole sourcing I think, which QNX needs to address this whereas multiple automotive Linux suppliers already have. Looking forward to parts 2 and 3.