The Faststream Technologies connected Vehicle Solution is enabled by its IoT platform. The Connected Vehicle Solution aims to help the digital transformation of car manufacturers. Our Smart Automotive Solutions helps Automobile manufacturing companies and Telecommunication service providers to create Connected Vehicles. A connected car is something that operates with its onboard sensors and internet connectivity improves the in-car experience of its operators. Connected Car doesn’t mean the volume to surf the internet on the move, but the connection between other cars, communication of cars with other devices.
Nowadays, there are only a small number of cars which are internet entitled but it is presumed that the number will increase considerably in less than a decade of time. The lifestyle undergoes required by the modern generation and the exposure to smartphones will definitely help the connected cars market to grow exponentially.
To encourage efficient and safe driving, drivers are screened and evaluated on driving habits. Advanced sensor-based technologies to detect and monitor the behavior and fatigue levels of drivers.
LiDAR is a critical sensor for enabling autonomous vehicles. Faststream Technologies is developing and commercializing the next generation of LiDAR systems for automotive applications using Velodyne’s scalable auto-grade LiDAR sensor, core 3D software technology, and proprietary LiDAR ASIC engine.
Infotainment refers to a system in vehicles that delivers a combination of information and entertainment content/services. Typical features of an In-Vehicle-Infotainment system are – providing navigation features while driving, managing audio/visual entertainment content…
The On-Board Diagnostics port is commonly used in automobile service and maintenance for self-diagnosis and reporting of any issues that may occur, or have occurred within the system Using this, information such as emissions, mileage, faults, vehicle and engine speed, engine temperature, fluid levels, gear shifts, battery status, etc.
GSM and GPS-based Vehicle Tracking System as shown in is used with a tracking device that is hidden in the vehicle to monitor and track the location of vehicles. Satellite signals will be received by a remotely located application server and then position coordinates with latitude and longitude are determined.
The geofencing and speed monitoring applications can be used to inform the car owner if the vehicle has gone out of the predefined geographical area or is being driven faster than a preset threshold speed.
AUTOSAR or Automotive Open System Architecture is a systematized automotive software architecture, which keeps order in interfaces between application software and basic vehicular functions and it aids in creating common ECU software architecture for all the AUTOSAR members.
Automotive system ICs for alternator electronics, engine management, transmission control systems, and System Basis Chips. The products have been designed to meet the highest standards, while simultaneously increasing the performance significantly.