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International Journal of Automotive Technology 2006;7(4): 509-517.
OVERVIEW OF TELEMATICS: A SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE APPROACH
K. Y. CHO1, C. H. BAE1, Y. CHU2, M. W. SUH1
1Sungkyunkwan University
2Mississippi State University
ABSTRACT
In the mid 1990s, the combination of vehicles and communication was expected to bolster the stagnant car industry by offering a flood of new revenues. In-vehicle computing systems provide safety and control systems needed to operate the vehicle as well as infotainment, edutainment, entertainment, and mobile commerce services in a safe and responsible manner. Since 1980 the word “telematics” has meant the blending of telecommunications and informatics. Lately, telematics has been used more and more to mean “automotive telematics” which use informatics and telecommunications to enhance the functionality of motor vehicles such as wireless data applications, intelligent cruise control, and GPS in vehicles. This definition identifies telecommunications transferring information as the key enabling technology to provide these advanced services. In this paper, a possible framework for future telematics, which is called an Intelligent Vehicle Network (IVN), is proposed. The paper also introduces and compares a number of existing technologies and the terms of their capabilities to support a suite of services. The paper additionally the paper suggests and analyzes possible directions for future telematics from current telematics techniques.
Key Words: Vehicle telematics, Intelligent vehicle network, In-vehicle network architecture
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