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In-Vehicle Display Optimization with High-Speed Connectivity
As our cars become data center on wheels, in-vehicle connectivity must handle increased amounts of data, with low latency and high resiliency to electromagnetic interferences. The ability to provide effective and efficient communication within the car is taken for granted, and expected by all consumers. However, the challenges to the vehicle manufacturer are many and must be addressed. This is particularly true for displays, that must present high-resolution images of cameras and sensors. As we move towards the autonomous cars, we must address the challenges of high-speed connectivity: - The need for increased bandwidth, as more and more cameras, sensors, and telematics are added to the car - The need for a reliable, light-weight and easy to use cable for transmitting data within the car - The need to comply with and adapt to the automotive environment - The need for a scalable solution Several technologies today address one or more of these challenges, and HDBaseT Automotive is one technology able to address all of these issues efficiently, while guaranteeing highest performance. By pre-designing a dedicated protocol stack for handling high-throughput, time-sensitive applications, HDBaseT Automotive enables true multi-Gbps networking of packet data for different type of applications, including real-time data, video, audio, USB, and controls, over 15m (50ft) of a single unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) cable, or any other commonly used media (such as STP, HSD, coaxial and fiber). HDBaseT also employs several mechanisms to adapt to the car's noisy environment and handle EMC/EMI. This combination of high bandwidth, top performance and resilience, feature-rich capabilities and low-cost, existing infrastructure makes HDBaseT Automotive a must for in-vehicle connectivity, particularly for high-performance displays.
--- Date: 28.02.2019 Time: 9:40 AM - 10:00 AM Location: Conference Counter NCC Ost