The 'Telematics Horizon': Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) Networking - Alison Chaiken, Mentor Graphics Embedded Software Division
V2X enables autonomy but offers immediate benefit. Recent tests are the basis for a planned Rotterdam-Vienna corridor and pending U.S. regulation. While simTD employed 120 special cars, SafetyPilot relies on after-market units in 3000 vehicles. Regulators (except Japan) have agreed on 5.9 GHz spectrum and 802.11p protocol. How will WiFi-based V2X complement LTE and satellite? Europe plans source-address transmission for tolling, while U.S. envisions anonymous broadcasts. Discussions are underway about security and privacy via PKE and location-based extensions to DNS. Linux tools for remote configuration, logging and updates now apply to fleets. Many manufacturers sell Linux-based in-vehicle and road-side radios. Higher-level Dedicated Short Range Communication, unlike usual WiFi, uses a more efficient protocol than IPV6 for briefer transmissions. What is the state of Linux support?
Mentor Graphics Embedded Software Division
Alison works for Mentor Graphics Embedded Software Division in Fremont, CA. Her automotive Linux career began at Nokia, where she ported MeeGo-IVI to the Pandaboard. Her previous speaking experience includes the North American Embedded Linux Conference, Automotive Linux Summit, Southern California Linux Expo, Maker Faire and many local Linux user groups. In addition, she has presented many demonstrations at exhibition booths. Alison has been using POSIX variants for "personal productivity" since... Read More →
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