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Top 5G Automotive Trends & Technology
5G is the fastest-growing generation of cellular integration inside vehicles. An increasing focus on customer experience pushes automotive manufacturers to develop a raft of new capabilities that will fundamentally change what you can do using your car. Let us take a moment to look back at 5G Automotive in 2021 and predict the trends for 2022.
Top 5 Automotive Trends & Technology from 2021
5G supported Automotive Manufacturing | Fact #1
- An emphasis on 5G integration with manufacturing plants of Automotive OEMs has driven faster response times between equipment in the factory
- COVID-19 has put a lot of stress on the supply chain to overcome the short supply of semiconductor components
- 2021 has seen the fully networked factory to cope up with the growing demand
4G vs 5G debate with Auto OEMs | Fact #2
- European & North American Auto OEMs have accelerated their plans of 5G integration into vehicles
- Many mandatory features like Intelligent Speed Assist in Europe has pushed the need to increase the data rates
- In 2021, the industry has seen many RFIs and RFQs with increased volume for 5G in the future
Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) integration | Fact #3
- The debate between C-V2X, DSRC has been mostly settled in the favor of C-V2X
- NCAP (New Car Assessment Program) mandate in China has driven global Auto OEMs to launch early integration plans of V2X
- 2021 has seen V2X to be a standard feature request from Auto OEMs
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The 5G trends and technologies in 2021 and predictions for 2022 from Neil McRae, Managing Director, and Chief Architect at British Telecom. Some of the key trends of 2021 include private networks, edge computing, Open RAN, swapping vendors driven by security concerns (i.e. clean network), keeping networks up in the Covid-19 pandemic, and rolling out 5G and 4G networks.
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