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Industry Voices: Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) and Connected Vehicles

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TU Automotive – by Maxim Ragotner

Industry Voices: Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) and Connected Vehicles

From electric vehicles to self-driving cars, the automotive industry is undergoing a significant transformation driven by the Internet of Things (IoT).

These innovations in information technology, such as sensors and better data processing and control, will move transportation systems from conventional technology-driven models into data-driven ones, generating an enormous amount of real-time data. In fact, by 2025, it is predicted that there will be 470 million connected cars in use. Although this incredible volume of data is beyond current centralized processing capabilities, harnessing its power represents a remarkable opportunity to make roads safer and more efficient. One possible solution is multi-access edge computing (MEC) which can mitigate network capacity limitations, enable car customization and improve data transmission, allowing for increased speed and reliability.

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