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AutoMat goes to USA: Concept and CVIM presentation at Intelligent Vehicle Symposium 2017

April 17th, 2017
Redondo Beach, California
    The paper “Novel Common Vehicle Information Model (CVIM) for Future Automotive Vehicle Big Data Marketplaces” has been accepted for presentation as contributed paper at the IEEE Intelligent Vehicle Symposium (IV) 2017. The work describes the concept of the Common Vehicle Information Model as well as the Marketplace structure. AutoMat’s ideas of vehicles as wireless sensor networks are demonstrated at the examples of road quality measurement and improved weather prediction. The paper is a collaboration of Volkswagen, Atos and TU Dortmund University engineers and scientists.

AutoMat’s Common Vehicle Information Model (CVIM) at Vehicular Technology Conference 2017 in Sydney

March 7th, 2017
Sydney, Australia

The paper “Car-To-Cloud Communication Traffic Analysis Based on the Common Vehicle Information Model” has been accepted for presentation at the Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC) 2017 in Sydney. In their work, researchers from TU Dortmund University analyzed the impact of car-to-cloud communication on LTE (Long Term Evolution) infrastructure and network capacity, when a large number of vehicles send CVIM data streams into the cloud.

Perspectives of Car-to-X- Communication

April 28th, 2016
Dortmund, Germany

The AutoMat concept was introduced on the event „Perspectives of Car-2-X – Communications” on 28th April 2016, hosted by CPS.HUB/NRW at TU Dortmund University. The event discussed the challenges of new digital business models for cyber physical systems by the example of connected cars with the focus on car-to-x communication. AutoMat was introduced by the project partner ATB in form of a presentation to over 50 participants. CPS.HUB/NRW is a platform for knowledge and technology exchange and pursues networking of experts from economy and research.

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