Accessing a single network will not enable next-generation connected cars to offer consistent services for their drivers or to move data efficiently. Like smartphones, vehicles will need to roam automatically and share data via multiple networks in order to reach their potential in a world where connectivity is ubiquitous and infrastructure is noticed only when it fails to perform.
The standard consumer model of roaming is not well suited for connected cars, which need to work across multiple networks with the same behaviour and fast seamless handovers between networks. A new paradigm has been developed by the Automotive Edge Computing Consortium (AECC).
This paper will summarise the AECC’s most recent proofs of concept, as well as the importance of cooperation and data sharing for MNOs as they capitalise on the connected vehicle opportunity.
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