Connectivity is roaring ahead
Nowhere is the potential of cellular technology greater than within vehicles.
In the hands of Ericsson, a car is a smartphone, a sound system, a map, a traffic reporter, and more things we can barely imagine.카지노사이트
By 2025, the share of connected vehicles on the road will be 53% – with a surge to 77% by 2030, according to BCG.
The low latency and high bandwidth of the 5G network will enable a wide range of 5G-enabled use cases for connected vehicles, such as autonomous trucks, automated guided vehicles, and robot taxis. 5G technology provides the innovation platform to accelerate safer and more sustainable solutions.
Technology that keeps moving
Delivering an always-new experience
Cars are no longer static objects that decline with age. Driven by the transformation towards a software centered solution, connected cars can be updated throughout their entire lifecycle. This enables them to improve and evolve with each new update. But as vehicles become software-driven, the ability to solve software-related issues becomes critical. Cellular connection will ensure that the vehicle will always be the best version of itself.
Connection to the vehicle, wherever it travels, means that manufacturers can provide easy and frequent service updates, solve customer problems quickly, and provide a high quality service overall. It creates the agility needed to act fast on customer demand and reduce time to market for new services.
Over the air updates
Controlling quality and cost
Capturing data for a smoother journey
Take control of the connectivity – and cost
Connectivity is now recognized and demanded by vehicle buyers and it influences every brand decision. Data from Thales Group suggests that 25% of customers now prioritize connectivity over features like engine power or fuel efficiency. 바카라사이트 Connectivity is moving from a ‘nice to have’ to a powerful brand differentiator.
Vehicle manufacturers need to think globally about their connected vehicle programs from day one, if they want to meet customer expectations. Vehicles are now shipped all over the world, so they will need to operate not just in the region where they will be registered, but in any location to which they might travel.
Connectivity handoff from one mobile network operator to another needs to be seamless to avoid a disruption in services that will only frustrate consumers or fleet operators.
Increased flexibility with eSIM
The front runner in connectivity
With our connected vehicle products, Ericsson is taking car manufacturers to places they never thought possible.온라인카지
Our 5G will be key in increasing the automation of vehicles, allowing a high density of up to 1,000,000 connected cars and devices, according to Arthur D. Little. This is only possible with a secure and ultra-reliable low-latency of 99.999%.
In-vehicle sensor cellular connectivity will be the key driver for perception and positioning, with the automated driving system monitoring the whole driving environment.