4G LTE and the future of the connected car, part II


The coming of 4G LTE marks a radical leap forward for in-car connectivity, one that is expected to bring benefits to both manufacturers and consumers. Still, not everyone is filled with unqualified enthusiasm. Siegfried Mortkowitz reports in the second of a two-part series.

A building block for the autonomous car

It is hard to imagine that a self-driven car could function at all without the low-latency connectivity necessary for the constant exchange of real-time data that enables car-to-car and car-to-infrastructure communication.

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Primary Event:

Consumer Telematics Show 2014



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