30 May '16, 8am

Connecting cars to #data #networks promises to revolutionise road travel.

This article was written by John Coutts and published in the Innovations magazine #5. Connecting cars to data networks promises to revolutionise road travel. But could it bring new dangers as well? If the car you drive isn’t connected yet, chances are it soon will be. Technology analysts Gartner claim that one in every five cars – a quarter of a billion vehicles – will have some form of wireless network connection by 2020. Connected cars are now one of the fastest growing manifestations of the Internet of Things (IoT). The fusion of cars, communications and data promises dramatic improvements in safety, journey times and environmental performance – paving the way for smart cities, intelligent transport systems and ultimately, driverless vehicles. As with any disruptive technology, separating the hype from the reality is not always easy. Pivotal questions include how connec...

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