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Re: Car2X communication
junko.yoshida   8/22/2013 10:29:31 AM
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@Rick, exactly. I wonder about that, too. How far are they (802.11p chips) into cars?

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junko.yoshida   8/22/2013 10:28:34 AM
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@prabhakar, that's a good question. I intend to start peeling the onion soon...

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prabhakar_deosthali   8/22/2013 7:29:11 AM
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And what about the security standards to prevent these connected cars from hacking and creating machine-made accidents?

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rick merritt   8/21/2013 9:57:25 PM
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...also, what's the status of 802.11p as a standard, built int chips and cars?

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Car2X communication
junko.yoshida   8/21/2013 3:58:31 PM
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Lars, you wrote in your blog:

A more fundamental change to the industry is being driven by the move to connect cars with each other and roadside infrastructure via the dedicated automotive WiFi standard 802.11p.


As a reporter, this is something I hear about often. While I think I grasp the concept on a high level, it's not clear to me how a number of different wireless "communication" technologies -- in addition to 802.11p -- will play into the V2I, V2V and V2X communication. What are the things that still need to be developed, and how far away are we from that reality? 

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