Last month, AECC hosted its final member meeting of the year. It brought together some of the leading minds in the automotive, MNO and cloud technology spaces to explore some of the pressing questions that are shaping our work in the organization.
Last month, AECC board members Roger Berg, VP of DENSO’s North American Research and Development team, and Christer Boberg, Director, Ericsson Group Strategy, joined SBD Automotive Analyst Kurt Dusterhoff for a webinar discussion titled Coordinating the Connected Car and Network Edge.
The AECC recently held its final All-Member Meeting of the year. The opening keynote presentation, “6G for Automotive: How can we plan when we are only just getting to grips with 5G?” was led by Kurt Dusterhoff of SBD Automotive. Kurt provided a brief overview of where connected vehicles are today, where they are going tomorrow, and how that relates to 6G’s deployment plan and the connected services ecosystem.
The AECC recently held a panel at ITS World Congress in Los Angeles to discuss the future of connected vehicle services, its Proof of Concept (PoC) program, and how it is unlocking the connected vehicle services opportunity using the AECC’s distributed edge computing approach. The distinguished presenters included Ludovico Fassati, AECC member and SVP America at Nexar, Roger Berg, AECC Communications Vice Chair and Vice President of DENSO’s North American Research and Development Group, and Said Tabet, AECC Board Member and Distinguished Engineer at Dell Technologies.
AECC and SBD Automotive to Host Webinar “Coordinating the Connected Car and Network Edge to Avoid Breaking the Internet” on October 20
By 2025, all new vehicles will be connected, requiring fast internet, artificial intelligence (AI) and big data analytics to deliver services such as HD mapping, intelligent driving and more. The potential economic impact of this shift is enormous, as is the opportunity for MNOs. However, today’s network is not optimized to support the data needs of the connected vehicle services promise. The AECC is working to tackle this impending data challenge with PoCs designed to help meet growing data demands.
Connected vehicle services are in everyone’s near future, but to bring them to life will require a much larger data transfer capacity from the vehicles to the edge and cloud than what is available today.
Q&A: An Interview with Roger Berg, Communications Vice Chair, AECC Our very own Roger Berg, Communications Vice Chair, AECC and VP of North American Research and Development, DENSO, sat down for an interview ahead of ITS World Congress 2022 in Los Angeles, California, in which he outlined the background of the AECC and the exciting [...]
Connected vehicles are in everyone’s future and advanced mobile networks will have a growing role to play as the ecosystem matures. As a consequence, these mobile networks will become just as essential as the highways we drive on.
The AECC recently held a non-member Summit that allowed attendees from the broader ecosystem to learn about our goals, interact with the Board of Directors, and discuss the continuing evolution of the connected vehicle services market. This year, the opening keynote presentation, “How the Software-Defined Vehicle Changes Everything,” was presented by Alex Oyler, Director of [...]
Everything in our life is “connected.” In fact, from our smartphones to the vehicles we drive, our lives have never been more connected. When it comes to our vehicles, that connectivity has the potential to truly disrupt the way we travel, bringing about new and better driving experiences with safer passage, smoother traffic flows and [...]