Connected Vehicle

Cisco and Hyundai announce the production of a next-generation, hyperconnected car at CES 2018

Cisco and Hyundai Motor Company announced the production of a next-generation, hyperconnected car at CES 2018. Hyundai will feature this new in-vehicle network in their premium 2019 vehicles.

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Both the companies were working to develop a vehicle with a new approach to communication since 2016. The companies have created a flexible and more secure platform that offers a path to innovate and build on smart-vehicle solutions.  The features of the platform are:

  • The platform provides ‘over-the-air updates’ and accelerate the time it takes to bring new capabilities to market.
  • It uses a Software Defined Vehicle (SDV) architecture. This new, in-vehicle network sets the stage for adaptive technologies.
  • It offers integrated, multi-layer security, as well as full end-to-end networking – allowing for true sensor integration.
  • It will also enable new, high-speed services through an integration layer between software and legacy hardware.
  • The development of first-generation solutions to enable 1Gbps Ethernet will significantly increase the in-vehicle bandwidth.
  • The solutions will provide flexibility, lower costs, and improved security.
  • By enabling IP and Ethernet services, legacy buses and devices will work together with the new Ethernet attached devices and services.

 

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