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NASSCOM Engineering R&D Webinar- Advanced Architectures of TCU designs and challenges in Security and Interworking of all Connectivity Technologies

NASSCOM Engineering R&D had organised a webinar on “Advanced Architectures of TCU designs and challenges in Security and Interworking of all Connectivity Technologies” in April’ 2020.

The number of connected cars with embedded telematics is likely to increase from 23 million in 2018 to 65 million in 2025, according to Frost & Sullivan. Connected Mobility is now a reality and the number of use cases with benefits to both vehicle owners, pedestrians and cities at large is growing day by day. Sophisticated Telematics devices are enabling a myriad of applications ranging from efficient management of vehicles to smart cities with interconnected infrastructure, vehicles and pedestrians.

In this Webinar we explore the challenges in designing TCU’s which have a wide range of features and connectivity options and also skills needed in the future and the importance of connectivity technologies in the post pandemic Era

This webinar will be focusing on Architectural design of TCU’s and related challenges wherein you can look forward to learn:

  • Understand the Telematics Eco-System
  • TCU Modem connectivity interfaces – LTE, 5G, DSRC, C-V2X, Multiple APNs, Private and Public network.
  • TCU logical connectivity interfaces – HTTP/HTTPs, MQTT, SMS, Vehicle network
  • Typical Telematics Control Unit (TCU) architecture

Also, please find appended the PPT for Answers to the Questions/Queries recorded during the live session as is responded by our speakers – Satish Burli and Shantanu Das from Sasken Technologies.


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