Connected Vehicle Communication
It is important to understand how connected vehicles work and communicate. In this course, you will study the automotive system architecture and the secure vehicular cloud server platform. Upon completion, you will have a better outlook on the future of driving lessons, real-time coaching, smart driving, the conventional parking lot, and smart parking solutions.
What you will learn:
- Determine the need for connected vehicles; how do they work and why are we developing an open platform to share their data on the cloud
- Review the automotive system architecture and the secure vehicular cloud server platform
- Examine driving lessons in the future, real-time coaching, safe and smart driving
- Determine the conventional parking lot and smart parking solutions
This Course is part of the following Course Program:
Automotive Cyber Security: Protecting the Vehicular Network
Courses included in the program:
Madhusudan Singh (SMIEEE) is an Assistant Professor/Director of ReBlockchain Group at ECIS, Woosong University, South Korea. He is actively involved in entrepreneurial endeavors in Blockchain Technologies with AI, CyberSecurity, CPS and Autonomous vehicles. He has worked as a senior engineer in the R&D division at Samsung Display, Korea, and Research Professor at YICT, Yonsei University, Korea. He is serving as a series editor of the Blockchain Technologies in Springer Nature.
Dr. Dhananjay Singh, is an award winning scientist and academic with applied knowledge in the field of data science and engineering for smart city mobility technologies. He is a senior member of IEEE and a member of the Association for Computing Machinery Society and an established entrepreneur in the field of blockchain technologies for autonomous vehicle data market platform for the past seven years.
Publication Year: 2020