Part of this trend that González mentions is increasingly noticeable at fairs such as the Mobile World Congress, where the same company has just launched its Snapdragon Auto 5G Modem-RF Gen 2, with which it seeks to maintain its leadership in this business vertical.
Use cases for smart vehicles range from those analyzing the battery left in an electric vehicle, to what companies like Kroger are using unmanned autonomous vehicles to deliver groceries in Scottsdale, Arizona.
In a statement, Nakul Duggal, Qualcomm’s senior vice president and general manager of Automotive, said: “Snapdragon Auto 5G Modem-RF Gen 2 further harnesses the power of 5G for vehicles to help automakers democratize access to in-vehicle experiences. smart and connected vehicles.
Something that Gonzalez delves into is that the applications that can be achieved with the extension of 5G networks can help users have more tools in their cars, and also in their cities.
“The use of cameras with AI will also begin to help in traffic problems or in the management of surveillance in a city, since now it will only be possible to evaluate when there is a crash at a crossroads in a more timely manner and notify about what happened in a more timely manner. faster,” González said.
Qualcomm’s new platform will be able to provide around 50% more processing power, a 40% increase in energy efficiency and more than double the performance for secure, smooth and reliable connectivity, compared to the previous generation.
The system is equipped with the latest advances in 5G, and car owners will have the broadband to enjoy more comfortable experiences.