Through the Platform for Innovation project, we have applied our RVI work to a car-to-home connectivity proof of concept that will be demonstrated at our next member meeting in Paris this month
Open source and open standards will enable lots of projects like this to bring automotive and other IoT verticals together.
The wireless industry depend on standards development organizations that heavily work together to figure these things out
Auto industry can learn from wireless industry
Gaurav Bansal, senior researcher at Toyota’s InfoTechnology USA R&D center in Mountain View, Calif., is ready for 5G
I would think 5G is pretty obvious if the infrastructure converts by then, but 2020 is next year’s project for a car company. I wonder if auto grade 5G chips will be ready for them.
Ken Caviasca, the vice-president and general manager of Intel’s IoT group
Based on the title, Ken may be Doug Davis’ replacement reporting to Murthy. On the other hand, there are so many VP’s inside Intel who would know what his role is. His long tenure will be useful in managing the diverse community of Intel engineers and marketing teams, but does he have the IoT understanding that everything must be open, not all about one vendor.
The question is whether Murthy will be able to get the rest of Intel to face reality
X86 never arrived on mobile devices, while mobile devices arrived on Intel. If Murthy can change this he will, but not sure the timing is right. May be too late.
Apple is offering $250,000 signing bonuses to some of the most skilled car developers to come work for them.
Probably the signing bonus is not the major incentive. I’m sure the production model will look less like an ‘iPhone with wheels” We would assume the Siri button is inside somewhere.
We see the combination of high performance and functional safety as a natural evolution of Intel’s IoT platform and strategy
Now this is something. Intel really needs the functional safety help, but will the evolution happen fast enough to catch up with others that already have it.
both standards will be cited in the National Highway Traffic Administration’s (NHTSA) upcoming Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard Number 150 (FMVSS 150) rulemaking
Standards are a good thing. With standards Connected Vehicles have a better chance of catching universally than Connected Cars (telematics evolved).
VSDP allows for applications to be coded once for a variety of hardware platforms including Renesas, Cohda and Arada/Lear.
This all runs on Renesas V2X hardware as I can see. Good partnership to move DSRC forward.
his team found 42 companies offering over-the-air updates for cars. All, Jones said, were “essentially doing the exact same thing.”
Will it “take a village” to stop the wasted engineering? A standard with production ready code would help.