This programme looks at the technical issues and system requirements that underpin the different use cases and features of connected and autonomous vehicles. The systems, infrastructure, and connectivity technologies that are needed to ensure reliable and stable operation in a sometimes-chaotic environment are considered in detail – including collision avoidance and autonomous braking, platooning, traffic light timing and optimal speed, traffic jam assist, road condition notifications, and points of interest.
Sensors, connectivity (V2V and V2I), and the data and systems that underpin effective operation are examined in some detail in order build a comprehensive understanding of this hugely complex area.
Who would benefit
This course is intended for those who need a technical understanding of the supporting systems, technologies, deployment and planning requirements for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles – including those working for telcos, local / national government, system integrators, utilities, academics, and equipment vendors.
A technical / engineering background is assumed with a knowledge of ICT concepts and requirements
Topic areas include
- Connected and autonomous vehicles – scope and use cases
- Technical requirements of connected and autonomous vehicles
- Connection scenarios (V2X) and performance requirements
- Architectures and operation
- Key interfaces and supporting technologies
- Radio interfaces – performance, radio techniques and ensuring QoS
- Data systems – integrity, security, access and privacy
- Control – technologies, systems and interfaces
- Failsafe systems and recovery
- Compliance, regulation, standardisation and industry initiatives
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