• September 14, 2016

How Analytics Is Enabling Connected Cars

Information to and from connected cars will create opportunities to innovate, increase safety, use less energy, and change the way we do maintenance.

Gartner predicts that by 2020, there will be a quarter billion connected vehicles on the road. They will be connected to each other (vehicle-to-vehicle or V2V) to help with collision avoidance or to enable platooning to help increase fuel efficiency. They will be connected to infrastructure (vehicle-to-infrastructure or V2I) such as Smart City traffic control technology to reduce congestion or to get warnings about road hazards. And eventually they will even be connected to pedestrians (vehicle-to-pedestrian or V2P) to improve safety. The information flow both to and from the connected car will provide opportunities for OEMs to innovate to create a greatly enhanced driving experience, increase safety, get people to their destinations faster, use less energy, and change the way we do vehicle maintenance.

Learn more about how analytics is enabling connected cars and join the discussion by reading our blog series  on the HPE Community Blog:

  1. How analytics enables connected car innovation – Connected Cars part 1 of 5
  2. Unlock the value of IoT in connected cars – Connected Cars part 2 of 5
  3. Connected cars and IoT to bring safer, less stressful driving – Connected Cars part 3 of 5
  4. The connected car in-car experience – Connected Cars part 4 of 5
  5. Big Data challenges of connected vehicles – Connected Cars part 5 of 5