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Connected Cars Europe keynote (2017)


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"When cars go driverless, connectivity, software and services will take over the driver’s seat ", keynote presented at the Connected Cars Europe event, Brussels (Belgium), May 2017

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Connected Cars Europe keynote (2017)

  1. 1. © 2017 Nokia1 © 2017 Nokia1 Connected Cars Europe 2017 When cars go driverless, connectivity, software and services will take over the driver’s seat Marc Jadoul @mjadoul Brussels, 11 May 2017
  2. 2. © 2017 Nokia2 The era of driverless cars is coming quickly into view “Audi to introduce a self-driving car by 2020” “Ford plans to offer fully self-driving vehicles by 2021” “First self driving cars on the market by 2019” “Autononomous cars could be deployed by 2020 or sooner” “BMW to launch a self-driving electric vehicle in 2021” “True level 5 autonomy is about 2 years away ” – Scott Keogh, Head of Audi America, January 2017 – Mark Fields, Ford CEO, August 2016 – Johann Jungwirth, VW Head of Digitalization Strategy, April 2016 – Richard Holman, GM head of foresight and trends, May 2016 – Harald Krueger, BMW CEO, May 2016 – Elon Musk, Tesla CEO, April 2017
  3. 3. © 2017 Nokia3 In the mean time, technology has started transforming road safety, business models and driver experience Software & sensorsConnectivity Services 50% of a vehicle’s value will be in software by 2020. 50% Source: Volkswagen 4 of 5 vehicles built in 2020 will connect to the internet. 4/5 Source: Gartner 150% increase in demand for contextual information from 2016 through 2020. 150% Source: Gartner
  4. 4. © 2017 Nokia4 Connectivity: leveraging LTE for robust V2X communications – on the way to 5G Local sensors Local sensors Parking house Local sensors LTE V2N Edge cloud (MEC) LTE V2N Traffic lights, road side infrastructure LTE V2I LTE V2V LTE V2P LTE MEC V2V / eMBMS Backend LTE NB-IoT
  5. 5. © 2017 Nokia5 Use case: electronic brake lights Low 15–20 ms application latency enables near real- time communication, improving road safety LTE communications enhanced with Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) <1 km SLOW DOWN i BRAKE ! i
  6. 6. © 2017 Nokia6 Software & sensors: riding the IoT wave for predictive maintenance, fleet management, and driver monitoring applications Geo-location & geo-fencing Remote engine diagnostics Vehicle speed, drive and idle time OTA firmware and application updates Fuel level and efficiency
  7. 7. © 2017 Nokia7 Industry collaboration and cross-sector trials/testbeds are key for innovation Nov. 2015 Use cases • Electronic brake lights • Cooperative passing assistant Nov. 2016 Use cases • Electronic brake lights • Cooperative passing assistant June 2016 Use cases • Electronic brake light • Intersection assistant Feb. 2017 Use case • Connected rental car EATA
  8. 8. © 2017 Nokia8 Services: car ownership is gradually being replaced by “car as a service” 34% of Generation Y say they are willing to use car- sharing and car services if more convenient. Vehicle sales growth will slow down due to the rise of new mobility services such as car sharing and e-hailing. Sources: Deloitte, McKinsey&Company 34% Keyless operation Seat, mirrors, radio, music settings Toll and parking payment Maps, POIs, navigation, and parking €
  9. 9. © 2017 Nokia9 Use case: connected rental car (video)