AISIN’s expanded booth will include a mini EV demo car, connected solutions, eAxle and more.
The new study, “Consumer Connected Cars: Telematics, In-Vehicle Apps & Connected Car Commerce 2018-2023,” found that rollouts of 5G networks, anticipated to launch next year, will be the key accelerant behind the expansion of V2V communications.
The proposed rule would establish a new federal motor vehicle safety standard requiring V2V communication capability on all new light vehicles to allow the exchange of standardized Basic Safety Message with surrounding vehicles.
U.S. auto-safety regulators have mandated that new vehicles must communicate with each other through vehicle-to-vehicle technology beginning in 2020, with the goal of increasing safety.
The purpose of the rule is to reduce the number of crashes by allowing a vehicle to identify potential future hazards and notify the driver. NHTSA is currently requesting public comment through April 12.