Hyundai claims V2X communications breakthrough
Hyundai Mobis is claiming a breakthrough in its vehicle-to-everything (V2X) technology, saying its latest hardware can handle large volumes of data in real time.
It says its Integrated Communication Controller succeeds in localizing the core connected car technology that connects vehicles, people, things and infrastructure with high-speed communication networks. The unit connects various electronic control units (ECU) mounted on the vehicle, such as the powertrain, multimedia, airbags and brake systems, through wired communication to collect and analyze various kinds of vehicle operation data in real time. Its claims include the ability to process large amounts of data from various sensors like radars, LiDARS, cameras and autonomous driving-related data.
The unit can then communicate this information with the outside through full-time wireless network connectivity. It can also implement various connected car services, such as remote vehicle control and automatic update of the software of various systems, and functions like eCall which automatically transmits accident information in case of an emergency.
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