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Your New Car is About to Go Social

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Your New Car is About to Go Social

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Cars to Communicate with each other to avoid collisions

  • Vehicle to vehicle communication technology
  • Data sharing like speed and position of vehicle
  • Enhanced safety due to early indications

Yes! That’s true; your car will come to life when it will receive an upgrade with vehicle to vehicle communication technology. US transportation department announced today that Vehicle-To-Vehicle (V2V) technologies will most likely be coming to all new cars in the future. The fundamental inspiration at the back of technology is that the vehicles must share data like speed and position with other vehicles around them on the road. The data sharing will be fast, with ten times in a second and up to hundred yards. Some limitations were recorded from the general public such as the personal data sharing, but don’t you worry because this technology will only share vehicle information and will receive similar data from the vehicles around you.

This technology does not share personal movement but will let your car “observe” vehicles that are around a corner or in the blind spot but yet away from eyesight. The information shared between vehicles does not identify those cars, but simply contains basic safety statistics. In fact, the system will have some layers of security and privacy protection to make sure that vehicles can rely on information sent from other vehicles.

This new technology will exclusively enhance your safety as well and early indication system has the potential to help drivers avoid 70 to 80 percent of vehicle collisions by connecting with each other. Some safety and user interface concerns are still there while the technology has potential frequency band of 5.9-GHz that V2V could use and it is the same band width which is already in use by some Wi-Fi devices. Researchers are concerned about the user interface of V2V technology because opening up the 5.9 GHz frequency band to other wireless users could affect the reliability of the V2V safety infrastructure.