- Derek M
- Micro, NC
- United States
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Specifically, what data should vehicles be allowed to communicate? What data should not be allowed?
I feel like this is the type of question that SHOULD have been discussed before the smart phones came on the market.
This question might also give auto-makers guidelines/ideas as to building future vehicle communication systems. I am curious to know what others think about the topic and if anyone thinks cars will never have vehicle communication systems, also when they might have them would be nice too. I would say the first will come in 4-5 years, all will have them in 10 years, that's just an uneducated guess though.
Driver's personal information? No
Trip origin? No
Vehicle purchased date? No
Vehicle charge percent? No, could easily calculate possible trip origins.
Last charge time? No
Planned lane changes
Vehicle type (gas, electric, diesel, hydrogen)
Wireless hotspot, automatically encrypt and distribute data to increase bandwidth?
Chat capabilities? (incomming message from nearby vehicle. Ok, Accept. Hey, you know your gas tank door is open?)
A list of information that your car is capable of communicating. It does no good for a car to expect a lane change message and it never come...
Please contribute your suggestions