SAE International White Paper Offers a Glimpse into Vehicle Electronics and Connectivity 40 Years into the Future

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A new, free white paper from SAE International postulates what the future of vehicle electronics will look like 40 years into the future.

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A new, free white paper from SAE International postulates what the future of vehicle electronics will look like 40 years into the future.

A new, free white paper from SAE International postulates what the future of vehicle electronics will look like 40 years into the future.

First presented as technical session topics at SAE 2014 Convergence, this white paper, titled “A Look 40 Years into the Future” looks at:

  • Lifestyle Trends
  • Economic Trends
  • Technology Trends (Including System’s Architecture, Big Data, Sensing Technology, Connectivity and Cybersecurity)
  • Information and Content Trends
  • Industry/Transportation Trends

From the introduction:

“Forty years from now, in 2054, it is theorized that more than 50% of the world’s population will be embedded with some sort of biometric tracking technology; one will have the ability to log into most machine/technology interfaces via thought or non-physical means; the world will have reached its peak population limit; and, machines exist with greater than human super-intelligence1. This trend is more commonly referred to as “The Internet of Things” (IoT), or when we refer to mobility, “The Internet of Things in Motion” (IoTiM). IoT is the process of bring offline objects online. IoT is not a new concept - it was originally coined in 1999 and has recently become associated with the “internet of Digital” (IoD) and the “Internet of Humans” (IoH) - however, it did not become a dominating theme at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) until 2013.”

To download a free copy of the whitepaper, click here.

SAE International is a global association committed to being the ultimate knowledge source for the engineering profession. By uniting over 128,000 engineers and technical experts, we drive knowledge and expertise across a broad spectrum of industries. We act on two priorities: encouraging a lifetime of learning for mobility engineering professionals and setting the standards for industry engineering. We strive for a better world through the work of our philanthropic SAE Foundation, including programs like A World in Motion® and the Collegiate Design Series™.

http://www.sae.org

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