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Christopher Andrews
Leader of Emerging Technologies
Visteon Corporation
Smart Cities
Smart Mobility Oct. 8,2015
Smart Cities
Smart Mobility
What does smart mobility look like?
• Trends
• Highly automated and autonomous ideal experienc...
Mega Trends
Communication
90% of the data in the world was created in the last two years
Communication is no longer only p...
Mega Trends
Communication
City, county, state, national governments are updating roads, bridges, traffic
control units, sm...
Mega Trends
Cooperation between public and private mobility solutions. Blurring lines between
public and private business ...
Consumers expect improved seamless mobility end to end experiences. Including
the last mile.
Mega Trends
Smart Multi-Modal...
The Ideal Autonomous Experience
Sources: Visteon Proprietary Research (2014)
PERSONAL
Controllable (Responsive, Contextual...
The Ideal Autonomous Experience
Sources: Visteon Proprietary Research (2014)
PERSONAL
Controllable (Responsive, Contextual...
Highway
Highly
Automated
driving
Automated
Parking
Flexible &
holistic HMI
Enhanced
personalization
Pervasive
Connectivity...
Highway
Highly
Automated
driving
Automated
Parking
Flexible &
holistic HMI
Enhanced
personalization
Pervasive
Connectivity...
Vehicle System Architecture
The Future: Domain Controllers (Consolidated)Today: Distributed
Page 12
Urban Planning Architecture
Today: Manual - Analog Future: Digital Mobility System Design
Page 13
Visteon Smart Mobility Video
Page 14
Communication• Autonomous vehicle development
• Electronic integration
• Project lead
• User experience
• Project ...
Thank You
Merci!
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Smart Cities Smart Mobility

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On October 8, 2015 during ITS World Congress 2015, Visteon's Christopher Andrews presented "Smart Cities Smart Mobility."

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Smart Cities Smart Mobility

  1. 1. Christopher Andrews Leader of Emerging Technologies Visteon Corporation Smart Cities Smart Mobility Oct. 8,2015
  2. 2. Smart Cities Smart Mobility What does smart mobility look like? • Trends • Highly automated and autonomous ideal experience • Vehicle cockpit experience evolution • How are connected solutions improving transportation and mobility services.
  3. 3. Mega Trends Communication 90% of the data in the world was created in the last two years Communication is no longer only person to person, but also person to machine and machine to machine Systems that perceive their environment and take actions will maximize success. Big Data Communication Artificial Intelligence 300 hours of video uploaded every minute3.4 million e-mails sent every second 400 million tweets per day Data ownership models will continue to evolve…… owner vs provider
  4. 4. Mega Trends Communication City, county, state, national governments are updating roads, bridges, traffic control units, smart roadside units Smart Infrastructure Costs, Safety • Regional needs • Saving lives • Green solutions • Sustainable design
  5. 5. Mega Trends Cooperation between public and private mobility solutions. Blurring lines between public and private business models Private / Public Solutions Urban plans, Trust • Uber, Taxi, concierge, ride sharing- Licensing? • FDOT sharing with Waze • TFL Open Data • BlueIndy car sharing • ITS/V2X gov. directives • ADAS Horizon digital mapping • Pervasive connectivity • Data ownership
  6. 6. Consumers expect improved seamless mobility end to end experiences. Including the last mile. Mega Trends Smart Multi-Modal Transportation Outdoor & Indoor mobility • Pedestrian • 2-3 wheel • Passenger vehicles • Commercial vehicles • Land transit • Aviation transit • Maritime transit
  7. 7. The Ideal Autonomous Experience Sources: Visteon Proprietary Research (2014) PERSONAL Controllable (Responsive, Contextual) Informative (Notifying, Alerting, Accurate) Reliable (Reassuring) Simple Secure Safe Trustworthy Relaxed Entertained Efficient Working Communicating Eating Grooming Socializing Watching Playing Listening Sleeping Unwinding Enjoy the ride Engaging (Fun) Caring (Learning, Adaptive) Convenient Customized Compatible (Connected) Comfortable (Liberated) Source: Visteon Research 66% 34% Car Drives I drive
  8. 8. The Ideal Autonomous Experience Sources: Visteon Proprietary Research (2014) PERSONAL Controllable (Responsive, Contextual) Informative (Notifying, Alerting, Accurate) Reliable (Reassuring) Simple Secure Safe Trustworthy Relaxed Entertained Efficient Working Communicating Eating Grooming Socializing Watching Playing Listening Sleeping Unwinding Enjoy the ride Engaging (Fun) Caring (Learning, Adaptive) Convenient Customized Compatible (Connected) Comfortable (Liberated) Source: Visteon Research 66% 34% Car Drives I drive
  9. 9. Highway Highly Automated driving Automated Parking Flexible & holistic HMI Enhanced personalization Pervasive Connectivity Always on features Low Speed City Automated Mobility Vehicle Sharing Immersive Cockpit reality Page 9 Vehicle Cockpit User Experience Evolution Autonomous Future Smart city interactions Partial Automation Highly Automated Driving
  10. 10. Highway Highly Automated driving Automated Parking Flexible & holistic HMI Enhanced personalization Pervasive Connectivity Always on features Pilot Monitoring & Gesture Low Speed City Automated Mobility Swarm Intelligence Vehicle Sharing Immersive Cockpit reality Critical system redundancy (aerospace & defense models) Digital Maps Page 10 Vehicle Cockpit User Experience Evolution Autonomous Future Smart city interactions Partial Automation Highly Automated Driving
  11. 11. Vehicle System Architecture The Future: Domain Controllers (Consolidated)Today: Distributed
  12. 12. Page 12 Urban Planning Architecture Today: Manual - Analog Future: Digital Mobility System Design
  13. 13. Page 13 Visteon Smart Mobility Video
  14. 14. Page 14 Communication• Autonomous vehicle development • Electronic integration • Project lead • User experience • Project integration • Cockpit electronic architecture • SmartCoreTM • Ethernet architecture • HMI, software • HTML5 • Visteon framework • Data fusion • Algorithm • Multimodal mobility services ITS World Congress 2015 Autonomous Car Demo
  15. 15. Thank You Merci!

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