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Automotive Telematics : An Introduction to the Technical Aspects of Automotive Telematics with Reference to Business Model and User Needs

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This book discusses automotive telematics from a technical perspective, with reference to the business model and to the value for the user. Automotive telematics is a concept that combines telecommunications and computing (informatics) technologies to connect vehicles to a communication infrastructure. This enables car manufacturers and service providers to provides services to consumers and commercial users by exchanging information among vehicle systems, attached consumer electronics devices, and telematics service centers. Contents: Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Value Chain and Business Model; Chapter 3: Telematics System View - End-to-End System, In-Vehicle System, Back-End Infrastructure; Chapter 4: Enabling Technologies - Positioning and Location Technologies, Telematics Services Delivery Technologies, Networking and Protocols; Vehicle Communications; Audio and Speech Processing, Distributed Computing; Chapter 5: Services and Applications - Communications, Convenience, Floating Car Data (FCD), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Product Feedback, Productivity-Asset Status Update, Infotainment; Safety and Security; Chapter 6: Telematics Products - Broadcast Systems, Two-Way Communications Systems, Safety and Security Systems; Fleet Management Systems, Connected Infotainment Systems; Chapter 7: Challenges and Future Research - Driver Distraction and Human-Machine Interface (HMI), Life Cycle Disparity, Communication Networks, Distributed Applications, Telematics-Assisted Safety Systems.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 107 pages
  • 208.3 x 271.8 x 10.2mm | 385.56g
  • SAE International
  • Society of Automotive Engineers,U.S.
  • Warrendale, United States
  • English
  • 0768009766
  • 9780768009767

Table of contents

Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Value Chain and Business Model; Chapter 3: Telematics System View - End-to-End System, In-Vehicle System, Back-End Infrastructure; Chapter 4: Enabling Technologies - Positioning and Location Technologies, Telematics Services Delivery Technologies, Networking and Protocols; Vehicle Communications; Audio and Speech Processing, Distributed Computing; Chapter 5: Services and Applications - Communications, Convenience, Floating Car Data (FCD), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Product Feedback, Productivity-Asset Status Update, Infotainment; Safety and Security; Chapter 6: Telematics Products - Broadcast Systems, Two-Way Communications Systems, Safety and Security Systems; Fleet Management Systems, Connected Infotainment Systems; Chapter 7: Challenges and Future Research - Driver Distraction and Human-Machine Interface (HMI), Life Cycle Disparity, Communication Networks, Distributed Applications, Telematics-Assisted Safety Systems.show more