IoT and 5G will open the floodgates for connected vehicle data

The growth of IoT means channels for the flow of data will exist in many parts of the car. 5G will ensure this flow remains quick and efficient. By Xavier Boucherat

Road traffic accidents remain in the top ten global causes of death among all age groups, with some 1.35 million lives lost every year. Connectivity could help change this, and with more than 500 million connected cars expected on the road by 2025, change could come sooner than later. Research from Bosch suggests these 500 million vehicles could bring about 260,000 fewer road collisions a year and save 11,000 lives.

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