Standards for Connected Cars
The ability to connect cars to each other and the infrastructure is available today.
The ability to connect cars to each other and the infrastructure is available today. But rules and standards governing how connectivity will work are far from done.
SAE International is deeply involved in developing standards for this new technology. But Jack Pokrzywa, director of Ground Vehicle Standards, notes that the next step is government rulemaking to establish which aspects of connectivity will be regulated.
Although all OEMs and suppliers do their utmost best to assure nothing but top-notch quality is achieved for their vehicles and systems, sometimes things simply go wrong because, well, that’s just how the Universe is.
Visteon Corp. is developing DriveCore, an open platform to control and operate autonomous vehicles.
Additive manufacturing (AM) is just one manufacturing method that drives advanced mobility forward and also has a history of embracing the digital connectivity demanded by this trend.