Connected vehicles: Let us make connectivity easy.
Ericsson is helping Vehicle Manufacturers innovate, make car connectivity easy, and manage the complexity for connected cars. Managing the lifecycle and deployment of connected vehicle services is a complex task, but it doesn’t have to be. That’s where Ericsson comes in. As the leader in connectivity, Ericsson is enabling innovation and flexibility in connected vehicle solutions by decoupling the software from the hardware and moving complexity to the cloud.
Ericsson’s Connected Vehicle Cloud connects more than 4 million cars on its platform and offers packages for telematics and cyber security, service innovation for flexible rollout, fleet management for autonomous and non-autonomous fleets, connectivity management for subscription handling, software and device management for over the air updates and C-V2X for safety and improved driver experience use cases.
This year Ericsson will join the IAA Conference in Frankfurt. Our Vice President and Head of Connected Vehicles, Claes Herlitz, will talk about 5G connected vehicles, the self driving car and automated transportation.
Contact us if you want to meet us in Frankfurt and learn more.
Topic: The case for 5G | Transforming transportation with connected automation
Speaker: Claes Herlitz, Vice President and Head of Connected Vehicles at Ericsson
Date & time: Friday 13 September 2019 (12:00–13:00)
Location: Hall 5.1 | Expert Forum
Find out more about Ericsson's presence on the IAA website
Visit Ericsson at the BMVI booth in the New Mobility World Area of IAA 2019
Experience the latest development in the 5G-ConnectedMobility project, a unique cross-industry consortium driving 5G R&D and related use-cases in Germany. 5G-ConnectedMobility is based on test track of approximately 30 km along the A9 motorway and a high-speed railway track in Germany and creates a network infrastructure and application environment for 5G analysis and testing in real-time. Founding Members of the “5G-ConnectedMobility” consortium are Ericsson, BMW Group, Deutsche Bahn, the three German mobile network operators with Deutsche Telekom, Telefónica Deutschland and Vodafone, the TU Dresden 5G Lab Germany, the Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt) and the Federal Regulatory Agency (BNetzA). The Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure and the Bavarian Road Construction Administration support the project.
At the IAA 2019 5G-ConnectedMobility will be highlighted at the booth of the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) in the New Mobility World Area in Hall 5, Stand C09
Come and join the presentation of this exciting 5G-ConnectedMobility project:
10.09.2019; 14:30 – 15:30
11.09.2019; 14:30 – 15:30
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