V2V and V2I Applications and Use Cases

Based on the unique characteristics of DSRC communication technology, V2V and V2I applications can be deployed in a large number of use cases and scenarios, including intersection collision warnings and avoidance, green light optimum speed advisory, autonomous driving, ETC, media sharing, motorbike detection, blind spot and lane change warnings, and even pedestrian alerts. Standardization, the adoption of open platforms, and the creation of a thriving third party application developer ecosystem will be key requirements to drive innovation and support monetization.

This study covers V2X technology characteristics, application categories and segmentation, alternative and competing technologies such as ADAS, handsets, and cellular, forecasts, V2X ecosystem dynamics, and, a detailed description of 30 V2X applications.

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  • 1. V2X APPLICATIONS CLASSIFICATION AND SEGMENTATION
    • 1.1. V2X Technology Characteristics
    • 1.2. ITS Application Categories
    • 1.3. ADAS Sensors and LTE: Competing or Complementary Technologies?
    • 1.4. V2V versus V2I
    • 1.5. Safety versus Non-safety Applications
    • 1.6. Native versus Non-native Applications
    • 1.7. Alerts and Warnings versus Automated Services
    • 1.8. V2V versus V2P
    • 1.9. Vehicles versus Cycles and Motorbikes
    • 1.10. V2V versus V2G
    • 1.11. Passenger Vehicles versus Commercial Vehicles
    • 1.12. Lateral versus Longitudinal Applications
    • 1.13. Features versus Systems
    • 1.14. Urban versus Rural Applications
  • 2. V2X APPLICATIONS
    • 2.1. Electronic Toll Collection
    • 2.2. Autonomous Driving
    • 2.3. Media Sharing: Peer-to-peer Infotainment
    • 2.4. Road Trains / Platoons
    • 2.5. Driver Behavior Profile Broadcast
    • 2.6. Bridge and Parking Space Height Warning
    • 2.7. Hard Braking Ahead Warning, Electronic Brake Lights, and Control Loss Warning
    • 2.8. Weigh-in-motion
    • 2.9. Bus Priority Signal Control (Transit and Freight Signal Priority)
    • 2.10. Intersection Collision Warning
    • 2.11. Adaptive Lighting
    • 2.12. Wrong Way Driver Warning
    • 2.13. Cooperative Forward Collision Warning
    • 2.14. Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control
    • 2.15. Curve Speed Warning
    • 2.16. Traffic Information: Traffic Jam Ahead Warning
    • 2.17. Green-light Optimum Speed Advisory
    • 2.18. Emergency Vehicle Warning
    • 2.19. Road Worker / Construction Zone Warning
    • 2.20. Slow / Stopped Vehicle Warning
    • 2.21. Weather Information
    • 2.22. In-vehicle Signage
    • 2.23. Red-light Violation Warning / Traffic Signal Violation Warning
    • 2.24. Vehicle-based Road Conditions and Pothole Warning
    • 2.25. Vehicle-to-grid
    • 2.26. Pedestrian Detection
    • 2.27. Cyclist Detection
    • 2.28. Motorbike Detection and Motorcycle Approaching Indication
    • 2.29. Blind-spot Warning
    • 2.30. Lane-change Warning
  • 3. V2X APPLICATION ECOCSYSTEM

Tables

  1. V2V and V2I Applications

Charts

  1. ADAS Overall Value by System Type, World Market, Forecast: 2010 to 2020
  2. V2V Subscribers by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2012 to 2027
  3. Safety versus Non-safety V2X Applications, World Market, Forecast: 2012 to 2027
  4. Native versus Non-native V2X Applications, World Market, Forecast: 2012 to 2027
  5. V2X Applications: Passenger versus Commercial Vehicles, World Market, Forecast: 2012 to 2027

Figures

  1. Connected Car Communication Technologies
  2. Plaza ETC Tolling
  3. Google Self-driving Car
  4. SATRTE Road Trains
  5. Hard Braking Ahead Warning
  6. Weigh-in-motion
  7. Bus Priority Signal Control
  8. Intersection Collision Warning
  9. C-ACC in Truck Platooning
  10. Curve Speed Warning
  11. Slow Vehicle Warning
  12. Pedestrian Detection
  13. Lane Change Warning
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Research Information

Price
Starting at USD 4500
Publish Date
3Q 2013
Code
AN-1485
Research Type
Application Analysis Report
Pages
26