What is vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) technology?
Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication is an automobile technology designed for dedicated short-range communication (DSRC) to allow vehicles to communicate with one another. V2V communications utilizes all forms of wireless components and form a vehicular ad hoc network on the road (VANET). In the US, the "Wireless Access for Vehicular Environments" V2V standard is based upon the lower-level IEEE 802.11p standard where it uses a region of the 5.9 GHz band.
Why we need vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) technology?
Adoption of Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication can be utilized to overcome human errors and reduce road accidents by over 75%. U.S. Department of Transportation has been adopting technologies to allow vehicles to communicate with each other and prevent collisions since 2014 with V2V communication being one of the key components of future autonomous vehicle driving systems.
Benefits of Neousys In-Vehicle Computers
Variety of wireless communication methods
Wireless and internet access is essential for modern day in-vehicle applications. Neousys vehicle computers have up to four M.2/ mPCIe sockets to accommodate a variety of wireless communication devices (eg. 4G, 3G, WIFI and GPS modules).
Built-in CAN bus
CAN bus is a vehicle bus standard designed to allow microcontrollers and devices to communicate with in-vehicle CAN bus system, individual ECUs or other automotive devices in applications without a host computer. Neousys VTC in-vehicle systems feature built-in CAN bus with bit rate support up to 1Mbps for both CAN 2.0A & CAN 2.0B.
Rugged, wide-temperature range operation
Neousys vehicle computers standout from the rest with wide temperature capabilities ranging from -25℃ to 70℃ while functioning under 100% CPU load. Its uncompromising performance and extraordinary reliability is ideal for in-vehicle communication applications.
Fanless and low power consumption design
Neousys in-vehicle systems feature efficient system and module heat dissipation designs for superior operating stability and fanless operation.