autonomous vehicles

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  • Vehicles are increasingly home to advanced connectivity technologies, compute power and sensors enabling the next wave of vehicular innovations. How will these vehicles connect to networks and the world around them to provide new services and increase safety? Durga Malladi, SVP of Engineering at Qualcomm, speaks about cellular V2X and connectivity solutions in the future.

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  • Creating a security infrastructure for autonomous vehicles is a difficult task when V2V and IoT infrastructures have yet to mature. But it must be done. David Pickeral, a strategic advisor to venture capital and private equity firms joins TIA NOW with insights.

  • How is AI changing the way networks are being designed for technologies like IoT, AR/VR, autonomous vehicles and swarm data? What are the characteristics of the AI-enabling network of tomorrow? Miguel Villarreal, CEO of Villa-Tech shares his perspectives on the role of AI in network virtualization.

  • The Transportation Research Board's 2018 annual meeting in Washington, D.C., may have long-term implications for CAV deployment throughout the United States. David Pickeral discusses the TRB's position on connected and autonomous vehicle safety, changes in city planning, the increasing role of state and local governments, and the impact it could have on the ICT industry.

  • What is the status of autonomous vehicles? What are the barriers to full AV deployment and how will the transition to 5G impact development? Experts from the automotive and technology sectors discuss the future of AV, and the next steps in development of this multi-industry disruptor.

  • Vehicles are increasingly home to advanced connectivity technologies, compute power and sensors enabling the next wave of vehicular innovations. How will these vehicles connect to networks and the world around them to provide new services and increase safety? Durga Malladi, SVP of Engineering at Qualcomm, speaks about cellular V2X and connectivity solutions in the future.

  • Future roads will host a combination of shared rides, electric cars and autonomous vehicles, says Peter Kosak, Executive Director of Global Urban Mobility Programs at General Motors. Kosak talks with TIA NOW about consumers’ evolving views on autonomous vehicles, how easier modes of transportation affect the future of car ownership, and what hurdles still need to be addressed as we transition to more embedded connectivity and shared mobility.

  • TIA’s Connected Vehicle Workshop invited the top technology and policy experts in the connected vehicle space. They discussed the policy, technology and business challenges for the connected car as providers, enterprises and consumers will see more IoT devices and services in their vehicles. Panelists included AT&T, Cisco, the State Dept. and the Association for Global Automakers.

  • Senator Gary Peters (D-MI) talked with TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad about the recently signed highway bill that will infuse $305 billion into the transportation sector over the next five years. Senator Peters also talked about the importance of the 5.9 GHz spectrum band for the Intelligent Transportation Systems sector.

  • Spectrum scarcity is not only a concern in our businesses, but now also in our cars. Harry Lightsey, Executive Director, Global Connected Customer, Public Policy at General Motors tells TIA NOW that emerging Wi-Fi technologies could cause interference in radio spectrum used for mission critical services that reduce vehicle collisions.

  • Leaders from General Motors, Ericsson and the Texas A&M Transportation Institute discuss the evolving Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) market and how automotive OEMs are partnering with networking OEMs to take advantage of the growing business opportunities in the ITS space.

  • The Contra Costa Transportation Authority’s GoMentum Station Summit will co-locate with TIA’s Connected and Autonomous Vehicle workshop in Silicon Valley on March 30th and 31st. Randell H. Iwasaki of the Contra Costa Transportation Authority and Scott Belcher, CEO of TIA, tell TIA NOW why these events are a can't miss.