Commercial Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication


commercial vehicle-to-vehicle communication

 

Published February 2017  ·  Report No. VVC492K17 · Price US $1,850

 


The increasing electronic content of over-the-road trucks and the evolution of digital and wireless functionality that has ensued in the last decade have provided shippers and their logistics partners with the ability to improve asset utilization and pick-up and delivery (gate-in/gate-out times) precision. The logistics sector is now contemplating the next generation of onboard data collection and operational optimization. One such anticipated development is vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication. In the U.S. the technology is being pushed by regulators as a way to reduce accidents. But for commercial shippers, the value of V2V is viewed in terms of its ability to lower fuel costs and improve operating efficiencies. This report examines the programs and players that are driving this important logistics segment.

 

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Commercial Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication – What You Will Learn

• What are the current plans and standards that are influencing the development and adoption rate of commercial vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication?
• Who are the technology leaders and what are their corporate affiliations? Who are their alliance partners and collaborators?
• What are the enabling technologies and capabilities required for successful V2V implementation?
• What are the leading applications for commercial V2V communications? What are the expected benefits and risks?
• What are the regional factors affecting the evolution of commercial V2V communications?
• What is the current activity and involvement of commercial vehicle OEMs in the V2V space?
• What are the significant economic and regulatory factors affecting the market for V2V communications?


Commercial Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication – Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Connected Vehicle Technology

Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) Key Enablers
Communication Technology
Dedicated Short Range Communication
Characteristics
Allocated Spectrum
Integration with Vehicle Safety Systems
System Design Factors
Adapatability
Backward-compatibility
Truck Control Technologies
Risk Factors
Competing Technologies
Device-to-Device Communications

Implementing V2V

Integrated (Vehicle OEM) Devices
Aftermarket Devices
Vehicle Awareness Devices
Infrastructure Communication
Vehicle-to Roadway (V2I)
Roadway-to-Vehicle (I2V)
Roadside Equipment Devices
Vehicle Safety System Integration
Over-the-Air Software Updates

Is It Working? Metrics for V2V Fleets

Analytics
Utilization Reports
Fuel Economy
Safety

Applications for V2V Communications

Traffic Flow Management
Signal Phase & Timing
Terminal Arrival Time Management
Truck Platooning
Benefits of Platooning
Technology Requirements
Active Braking
Collision Avoidance
Adaptive Cruise Control

Market Factors

The Market Leaders
Regional Adoption Factors
Regulatory Initiatives and Risks
Market Data and Forecasts

Company Profiles

Related Publications

Fleet Management Analytics
Integrated Terminal Management
Commercial Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication
Video-based Driver Risk Management

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