How will 5G enable the next generation in-vehicle experience?

Roger Jollis, Head of Product Management for HARMAN’s Telematics Business Unit, shares how 5G will change the near future of the in-vehicle experience and explains why the industry will greatly benefit from this new era of connectivity. In his role, Roger is responsible for HARMAN’s telematics control units, V2X, and advanced antenna technologies. He has more than 20 years of experience leading global organizations for international B2B companies including HP, Talus, Garmin, and Honeywell.
Roger Jollis

Description

In this episode, Karen Piurkowski is accompanied by Roger Jollis, Head of Product Management for HARMAN’s Telematics Business Unit. In this role, Roger is responsible for HARMAN’s telematic control units, V-2X and advanced antenna technologies. Roger Jollis has more than 20 years of experience in leading global organizations for international B2B companies including HP, Thales, Garmin and Honeywell. Here, Roger Jollis shares how 5G will change the in-vehicle experience. He also details the differences between digital short range communication (DSRC) and cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) and the benefits brought by each them. Roger explains the main differences between 4G and 5G and the reasons why the automobile industry will greatly benefit from this new era of connectivity.

Key Takeaways

​[1:10] Roger Jollis defines 5G.

[3:06] Roger Jollis explains how 5G and automotive intersect.

[4:53] Applications coming up that will use the advantages of 5G.

[5:53] 5G is bringing safety applications.

[6:08] Why consumers need 5G-enabled cars.

[8:32] Roger Jollis talks about the differences between 4G and 5G.

[10:52] Why do automakers need to be thinking about 5G?

[12:30] The future of connectivity to 5G systems.

[13:17] Roger Jollis explains why 5G is not yet available today.

[14:34] Differences between the two competing technologies: Digital short range communication (DSRC) and cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X).

[16:46] Geographic differences in the implementation of 5G.

[18:01] Roger Jollis talks about the new in-vehicle experiences that will be possibledue to 5G connectivity.

[19:57] Roger Jollis explains how Samsung's work is facilitating 5G applications.

[22:41] HARMAN's 5G contribution.

[24:35] 5G is coming very quickly.​

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