The CAEdge connects to the vehicle via the cloud thanks to a virtual workbench, offering numerous development and maintenance opportunities.
Continental has developed an end-to-end V2X solution integrating 5G
Continental has unveiled a new suite of radar sensors that will comply with the 6th generation Euro NCAP standard using automated driving technology. Apart from that, the company, now in its 150th year, will showcase technologies such as high-performance computers as central control units in the vehicle, as well as batteries that interact with telematics-based systems. the cloud. Above all, the new Continental Surround Radar and Long Range Radar aim to make autonomous driving safer. It has a more compact design, higher scan rates of up to 200-250 meters, and 360-degree surround surveillance. It’s even compatible with automated lane changes.
Continental builds on its legacy of developing the on-board computer for Volkswagen ID.3 and ID.4 electric cars by also showcasing its end-to-end network solution for self-driving cars and smart mobility. This solution integrates sensors, a powerful computer and connective tissue to the cloud. It provides fast and low latency connection of the vehicle network to the outside world and enables real-time processing. Continental says the sifting functions are distorted between the cloud, the high-performance computer, and the zone controllers. Continental claims that the functions of ADAS systems can also be integrated into the system and has also developed its own 5G modem for cars that offers IT scaling (via advanced computing) and enhanced cybersecurity.
This builds on Continental’s work in the space of a 5G V2X hybrid platform. The development of the Continental Automotive Edge platform is another step forward. It is a stack of hardware and software modules that aims to make it easier for drivers to access new functions via OTA updates that will occur throughout the life of the vehicle. The CAEdge connects to the vehicle via the cloud through a virtual workbench, offering numerous opportunities for the development and maintenance of vehicle software functions.
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