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In recent years, reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions to achieve a net zero future has become a higher priority than ever before. Currently, global efforts to reduce emissions are still falling short of the goals outlined in the 2015 Paris Agreement. Despite this, many countries are revising their targets to meet even more stringent goals to prevent the worst effects of long-term climate change.
The installed base of charging points is set to hit 22.8 million in 2025 according to estimates from research firm Berg Insight, which sees the market in Europe and North America dominated by private charging points. Uptake of electric vehicles is driving trend and the firm expects approximately 1.8 million units to shipped in North America and Europe in 2025, subject to further supply chain delays caused by new variants of Covid-19.
As the automotive industry continues to mature, adding more connected vehicles continuously, it’s important to keep looking ahead. Vehicles, in contrast to many other items of hardware, have long active lifespans so car makers are focused a long way ahead in terms of planning their future products. How to do this effectively was a key focus in a recent Quectel webinar hosted by Manfred Lindacher, VP, Sales Automotive International at Quectel Wireless Solutions.
Quectel’s latest white paper examines some of 5G’s first enterprise use cases in IoT, across six key verticals – agriculture, automotive, healthcare, manufacturing, media and smart cities – and explores some of the advantages and challenges 5G poses for each. If your organisation is considering a move into 5G for IoT, download your free copy now to discover how these industry pioneers have overcome barriers to adoption to be among the first to draw on 5G’s extraordinary potential.
From IoT sensors to improve passenger safety to advanced GPS to ensure fuel and time efficiency, connected cars promise to upgrade the entire driving experience.
Likewise, businesses are set to benefit when connected cars become a reality, with 76% of respondents anticipating a tenfold increase in available revenue streams from connected cars, as compared to standard vehicles.
Aeris provides end-to-end connected vehicle technology and has more than a decade of experience deploying complex, global programs for the world’s largest auto OEMs. Today, our groundbreaking technology scales to more than 25 million new vehicles per year.