Will a Fully Connected Car Network Benefit us or Otherwise

Oct 21, 2019 02:11 AM EDT | Staff Reporter

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The impending next wave of vehicle functionality is looming, and it will change everything. The development of disruptive and convergent technologies are advancing into the realm of cyber-punk and self-driving cars. The key to achieving a fully connected car network is 5G that will be the cornerstone of the new age. Seamlessly intertwine in a connected web in the car and the external environment. 

 1) There will be no privacy in an expanded and fully connected car network.

 Before this disruptive technology that is responsible for creating 5G and another tech that is developed today. One feature about connectivity is that everything is out there in the digital cloud. All the information about the owner and the car's electronic ledger is connected. No matter where everyone is, they will be traceable anywhere in the world. Using both long-range and short-range sensing technologies that will find the vehicle anywhere. No escape. 

 2) Automated sensors are better than human input, but can be fallible.

Tests done on automated safety features have yielded less than 100% success on the field. Cars will engage their own sensors or other equipment in range to external equipment. A chance of a slight error is still possible, that's left to see if its fool-proof.

Will a Fully Connected Car Network Benefit us or Otherwise
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The impending next wave of vehicle functionality is looming, and it will change everything. Development of disruptive and convergent technologies are advancing into the realm of cyber-punk and self-driving cars. Key to achieving a fully connected car network is 5G that will be the cornerstone of the new age. Seamlessly intertwine in a connected web in the car and the external environment.

3) The cost of infrastructure will be expensive to connect cars to Vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication, dedicated short-range communications (DSRC) devices.

 Connected cars need the proper infrastructure to perform seamlessly. But, developing the protocols and all the dsrc and V2X is something to ponder on. Installing them won't come cheap and a fortune to develop hardware and software needed. Cars are already expensive with premium features, and prices might be jacked further. Get it and experience the difference.

 4) Cars as e-Wallets that make transactions automatically will be a target for hacking and other nefarious online fraud.

 Car companies plan to connect e-Commerce with the car ethernet. Payments will be done via voice command or automatically, when passing a toll gate, or shopping online when inside the vehicle. These technologies will revolutionize cars into malls on four wheels. This will entice hackers to try to steal from blockchain commerce.

5) This is a very disruptive innovation with a promise that things will be better. No guarantee exists that it will not have repercussions from it.

 If this linkup will connect car ethernets are a reality that will enable fully autonomous driving, and other high-tech functions. The expected changes in the paradigms that will need the best response. Careful application of disrupt tech will definitely be either good or bad. No one really knows what's the price of 5G. Pushing for it as tech firms that will earn. But will it no cost anything, or a can of open worms.

 Should the future be a fully connected car network? There are definite benefits that mean it is a streamlined system that automatically takes care of everything. Once cars are part of the virtual system connected to online commerce, it will create challenges. Innovations like these change how everyone interacts. Are you ready to be a cog in the system or keep options as autonomous. Choose.

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