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TELEMATICS AND INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT

A. Sărăcin, C. Coșarcă, A. Savu, A. F. C. Negrilă, C. Didulescu
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018

ABSTRACT

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has now become a reality and, in many areas, it is already used, being very secure.
The advantages of AI are unlimited and do not only influence everyday life, but also in all industries. This includes the automotive industry, which could lead to faster mode of transport and a significant reduction in the number of accidents and harmful CO2 emissions.
Communication with a car now has a variety of different functions, most of which use the cloud - a relatively new idea - and everything revolves around data in the cloud. Without data, there is nothing.
Vehicle telematics has evolved over time, with initial systems providing basic elements such as functions for reporting the technical state of the vehicle and its position.
With the use of onboard computers and wireless connections with high performance and efficient (3G / 4G, GNSS) telematics offer a wider range of capabilities including navigation, tracking driver behavior, call E-key and guidance on efficiency fuel consumption.
Opportunity and challenge on development of Intelligent Transport Systems in terms of potential users, first, require meteorological data from the areas that cross the route, which must be converted into accessible information so that road users can adapt driving behavior according to weather conditions.
Frequently requested Intelligent Transport Systems, information about traffic jams and estimates of waiting times and other information to increase traffic safety overall.
The young generation of drivers is more related to smart phones than their cars. In response, carmakers are turning to integrate smart phones in their vehicles.
Vehicle connectivity offers a new frontier for carmakers to find solutions for both i-Tunes and i-Cloud for any person, the most important thing is not the phone but the data stored on it. Documents, photos, music, and a series of data that has been built over the years can’t be replaced. This can also apply to the future car.
Intelligent systems can help the owner of the car or truck with maintenance, shopping, route planning, safe or economic driving habits, and issues more personal entertainment and social connectivity. These will require retrieving and storing the data and then making it available to the driver after the date of purchase of the vehicle. These may also be those things that owners will want to take with them from one vehicle to another. Artificial information stored in the vehicle’s computer or, more likely, on the manufacturer’s or service provider’s servers, will be transferred from one vehicle to another as long as the technology is compatible.
Predicting future trends about the technology is risky, however, seems highly probable intelligent convergence in the not too distant future.

Keywords: telematics, positioning, Intelligent Transport System, Global Navigation Satellite System


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