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Is IoT Messaging remodeling Connected Cars?
FREMONT, CA: As technological progression empowering the idea of a connection-centric ecosystem, the industries start to construct a communicative framework to cope up with the change. With the introduction of the internet of things (IoT), the world is witnessing global connectivity around workplaces and homes. Over the last two decades, the leaders of the automobile industry have acknowledged the intensity of developments and are now on the verge to step-up the connectivity-automation game to a whole new level. The core system of automobile management, repair, and control is changing with the induction of IoT technology in car servicing. At first, the idea of car and connectivity seems to daunt the minds of technological innovators. However, in time, the revolutionists created a seamless convergence between vehicle and networking, which provided a perfect tool to fit in a fully-connected future for automobiles. Presently, connected cars can transmit data from engine performance to navigation more than ever before. The automation of vehicle servicing by IoT not only provides the manufacturers with a data matrix for evaluation and fabrication but also pushes updates via the over-the-air (OTA) platform to every vehicle. OTA downloads are coarse closed systems that provide an undisturbed flow of software updating platform on automobiles.
The influx of wireless car is estimated to increase rapidly in the near future, the automobile manufacturers have already started to feel the pressure of processing the volumes of data. However, Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT), an IoT messaging protocol, brings an ideal system to conjoin cellular connectivity and vehicles. The integration of IoT messaging service provides a seamless medium for auto-companies to obtain diagnostic and malfunction information in real-time. The spot-on information reduces the maintenance time and provides troubleshooting advice to the users, which increases the servicing efficiency and decreases the bug fixing time. The ability to pre-determine safety hazards enables a safer and convenient road for drivers.
The monitoring of complex parameters is made easy with the utilization of IoT. Automation of analyzing risk consistently provides a futuristic touch to safety concerns. The real-time diagnostic results prevent major repairs and pre-determine significant machine failures. The IoT system not only reduces the risk but also detects the prime factor responsible for the danger, which further helps in understanding the scope of errors.