The U.S. Department of Transportation recently announced that the latest round of autonomous driving regulations will be released this summer. Dubbed AV 3.0, the new policy will set federal guidelines for how autonomous and assisted driving solutions need to work on public roads. A big part of making autonomous driving accessible will be the ability for car makers and suppliers to secure the networks that power these increasingly sophisticated vehicles. In fact, that’s what cars today have become: highly-sophisticated mobile computer networks that just happen to travel at highway speeds.
Computing power and interconnectivity are increasingly critical to car design as advanced driver assistance and infotainment systems become standard in virtually every make and model.
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