Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: Connectivity Unit 1 - Connectivity – basic networking concepts for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs)
This unit is a introduction to general networking concepts. For this unit it will be helpful if you have some basic general knowledge as to what computer networking is. The unit does not go deep into networking details, rather it stays at a conceptual level. We will discuss the 7-layered OSI networking model, examples of Internet Protocol addressing, various types of computer networks and very basic signal modulation techniques for wireless networks.
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The Transport Systems Catapult (TSC) is the UK’s technology and innovation centre for Intelligent Mobility. It is a neutral, not-for-profit, Technology and Innovation company which aims to make the UK a world leader in Transport Innovation.
To introduce and become familiar with how to classify computer networks
To understand the basics of Internet Protocol addressing (IPv4)
To learn the basic minimum about signal modulation techniques for wireless networks
• Team leaders – connectivity (one level up from developers)
• Technical Architects – designing novel connectivity concepts – high level concepts adoption
• CTO – understanding and driving the development of novel applications in the connectivity part of CAVs