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OptimiSe Vehicle Service with Edge-based Telematics

Scheduling vehicle maintenance using intelligent sensors lowers cost and improves performance

Today, the auto industry is undergoing a digital transformation, where cars have cellular connectivity (i.e., 3G, 4G, 5G, and Wi-Fi) that facilitates sharing telematics data with the automaker’s service provider over the internet for real-time monitoring and rapid customer service.

Car telematics is an emerging trend that enables the car to diagnose its faults before they become critical. It predicts the life of vital components to ensure operational performance, thereby reducing unnecessary and costly maintenance.

The Car Data Management System (CDMS) can measure different parameters and provide support for proactive analysis to display the status of the car components by evaluating the car’s current health condition and taking care of driver safety. The shared data from the car include speed, idling time, sudden acceleration and braking, fuel consumption, miles per gallon or kilometers per liter, coolant temperature, level of coolant, maximum speed, level of engine oil, level of fuel, and distance traveled. Analysing the data, the service centre can take specific actions, such as scheduling an emergency or routine service based on the data collected.

This white paper focuses on advanced telematics features using CDMS, which not only address monitoring, analysis, and management of data generated by various sensors but include secure data transmission of telematics data from the car to the carmaker’s datacentre, data compression techniques for network bandwidth savings, and seamless connectivity between mobile and wireless networks such as 3G, 4G, 5G, and Wi-Fi.