publication . Article . 2018

5G Technologies for the Connected Car

Toktam Mahmoodi; Konstantinos Manolakis; Tommy Svensson; Taimoor Abbas; Mikael Fallgren; Jesus Alonso-Zarat; Andres Laya; Ricard Vilalta; Mate Boban; Markus Dillinger;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Sep 2018
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
This paper discusses the role of 5G technologies for the connected car. 5G technologies will enable cars and vehicles to be connected to the networks and also to be able to talk to each other ensuring ultra high reliability and very low latency. Enabling such kind of connectivity will leverage disruptive new applications that will allow to improve driving efficiency and boost road safety. First preliminary results from the EC-funded 5GPPP 5GCAR project are presented with regard to certain technologies that will enable the connected car, including channel measurement and modeling, advanced V2X communications, and fog computing. Also, a business perspective is pro...
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free text keywords: Connected car, 5G, V2X, channel measurements, cellular, fog computing, business ecosystem, automotive sector transformation, 5G mobile communication, Automotive engineering, Base stations, Channel models, Fading channels, Global navigation satellite system, Synchronization, /dk/atira/pure/subjectarea/asjc/2200/2203, Mobile telephony, business.industry, business, Automotive industry, Road traffic safety, Base station, Vehicle-to-grid, Telecommunications, Intelligent transportation system, Communications system, Automation, Computer science
Funded by
EC| 5GCAR
Project
5GCAR
Fifth Generation Communication Automotive Research and innovation
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 761510
  • Funding stream: H2020 | RIA
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