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October 27, 2021
Driving Data to Deliver: The Future of Data and Connected Vehicles
The technology around connected cars has advanced and resulted in huge influxes of data flow to and from vehicles. On top of the technological growth, vehicle infrastructure, driver and passengers, road conditions, mileage tracking and tracing, and beyond will have a tremendous impact on the overall driving experience. The connected vehicle market is a big […]
September 22, 2021
Use of Distributed Computing for Mobility Services in an AECC System
The Automotive Edge Computing Consortium (AECC) has produced a new whitepaper titled Distributed Computing in an AECC System v1.0.0. It explores requirements for the distributed off-vehicle computing environment to support mobility services for hundreds of millions of future connected vehicles. In this Q&A, AECC President and Chairperson Ken-ichi Murata, Technical Solutions WG Chair Leifeng Ruan, […]
August 12, 2021
Member Spotlight: Danny Bedgood, Aerospike
AECC recently sat down with Danny Bedgood, Global Vice President of Industry Solutions at Aerospike, providers of a real-time data platform that enables organizations to act instantly across billions of transactions. We chatted about his thoughts on the connected car industry, Aerospike’s involvement with AECC and the future of the connected vehicle market. Here’s what […]
August 5, 2021
Driving Data to Deliver: Cutting Edge Content for MNOs, OEMs and Cloud Solution Providers
The AECC has been busy this year! As part of our year-long Driving Data to Deliver campaign, we’ve been offering MNOs, OEMs and Cloud providers ways to navigate the data deluge and launch connected vehicle services. In addition to publishing some informative blogs and videos over the past few months, we successfully collaborated with analysts […]
May 27, 2021
Member Spotlight with Eric M. Hui, Director of IoT Business Development, Equinix Asia Pacific
Describe what inspires you about the connected car industry. What inspires me about the connected car industry is that the car dash boards are increasingly digital. The blinking LEDs are not only in front of the driver side but also in a big panel in the middle of the cockpit. The information shown is no […]
April 28, 2021
Driving Data to Deliver: Addressing the Connected Vehicle Challenge  
April 20, 2021
Member Spotlight – Sharon Barkai, Nexar
Sharon Barkai is a Nexagon Mobility Network Engineer at Nexar, an AECC member company. Describe what inspires you about the connected car industry. The connected car industry is inspiring for many reasons. One is the promise of better safety, and the creation of the initial infrastructure for autonomous vehicles, which promises not only safety but […]
April 7, 2021
Webinar and Whitepaper: Enabling the Connected Vehicle Market to Thrive
The automotive market has always been a center of innovation. In the early days it was radios and mobile phones, and today we’re watching the future of autonomous driving, HD mapping and a variety of other services unfold. Connected vehicles are in everyone’s near future, and while their development holds immense opportunity, it also carries […]
March 24, 2021
How Solving HD Mapping Challenges In Today’s Mobile Architecture Unleashes Services Opportunities for All
Blog by: AECC President and Chairperson Ken-ichi Murata-san, AECC Directors Christer Boberg and Roger Berg The collaborative work of AECC members is focused on optimizing the network and computer technology that a massively-scaled connected vehicles world will need to enable next-generation connected services. Automotive companies, mobile network operators, cloud providers and other stakeholders in the […]
January 12, 2021
Deriving a New Architecture to Support the Data Impact of Connected Vehicle HD Mapping
Blog by: AECC President and Chairperson Ken-ichi Murata-san, AECC Directors Christer Boberg and Roger Berg Seeing “architecture” and “map” in the same sentence might make one wonder why high-definition (HD) mapping needs more than a sheet of paper or a hi-resolution monitor. After all, a two-dimensional surface enables the presentation of 18 different types of […]
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