the world’s leading testing, inspection and certification company, has
published an article looking at the technology involved in connected vehicles.
is estimated there will be 76.3 million connected cars on our roads by 2023.
Connected technologies are improving navigation, safety, communication and
entertainment in our vehicles. Future developments involving 5G technology will
advance the abilities of connected vehicles even further, with the ultimate
goal being the fully autonomous car.
Consumer Compact article looks at the technology involved in creating connected
vehicles, future developments in connected technologies, and the testing
solutions that must be employed to ensure components are safe and comply with
the original Consumer Compact article, ‘Safer Roads Through
SGS offers a comprehensive range of services to help
manufacturers succeed in the growing market for connected vehicles. Testing solutions
include reliability and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) for electrical, electronic and electromechanical
(EEE) components, covering environmental simulation, functional safety (ISO
26262), battery testing, materials and failures analysis, and tests to ensure
compliance with regulatory requirements. Their testing solutions also cover
radio frequency (RF) protocols, field testing for DSRC, C-V2X and GCF, as
well as OmniAir testing for V2X technologies. After all, it’s only trusted
because it’s tested. Learn more about SGS solutions for electrical components in automobiles.
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