(CVP 201) Connected Vehicle Professional™ I

Functions, Protocols and Architectures

 

 

Course Description

Connected Vehicle Professional I – Ecosystem, Functions, Mobility, Communication Protocols, Software and Hardware Architectures will focus on Connected Vehicle foundations, and application components. This is followed by transportation and market trends with defined impacts of current and projected connected vehicle applications. Ensuring is connected vehicle communication protocols, purpose and areas of use and highlighting global concerns and impacts. Connectivity enabling technologies are presented in generational progression from past to current and projected future implementations. Connected vehicle software architecture follows with illustrated CAN Bus and telematics overviews and innovator informed instruction as affecting connectivity design, development and implementation. Finally hardware architecture involving telematics and modems with emphasis on associated standards, requirements and usage benefits is addressed. The course serves as a sound foundation for added in-depth exposure to connected vehicle technologies in the following two courses leading to certification. Learning content equates to 25 hours instructor led class / 5 hours of materials & exercise instruction.

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Course Objective

By the end of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Identify and differentiate elements and functions that pertain to connected vehicle.
  • Discuss trends, advancements, and impacts for safer, cleaner and more efficient transportation.
  • Identify how advanced safety, information and entertainment can be used in vehicle communications.
  • Recognize Connected Car and Vehicle (CV) terms and primary application concepts.
  • Familiarize with CV evolution, benefits, challenges and trending impacts to transportation industries and national infrastructure
  • Recall use cases, scenarios, pilot programs and select statistics published by working groups and agencies.
  • Distinguish vehicle connectivity related to safety, mobility and infotainment functions and reference numerous class examples.
  • Match CV communication protocol types to connectivity conditions and application intent.
  • Recognize CV communications architecture and identify specific wired and wireless components.
  • Understand in-vehicle communications architecture theory and external cellular infrastructure integration sufficient to define vehicle in/out (I/O) signal composition, routing and handling.