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2001-03-05

A Case Study in Remote Connectivity to Automotive Communication Networks 2001-01-0069

This paper describes a case study led by Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) of Dayton, OH USA and Dearborn Group Inc. to prove the feasibility of employing Telematics technologies to the vehicle test and measurement industry.
Many test functions can be automated through the use of secure wireless technologies. For example, vehicle data can be dynamically monitored on the vehicle and data meeting pre-determined criteria could be downloaded via the wireless communications center. Additionally, central, real-time wireless monitoring of vehicle fleets provides the vehicle fleet manager with the ability to manage multiple tests simultaneously, thus improving efficiencies and potentially reducing manpower costs and compressing test schedules.
GPS enabled wireless systems also provide the vehicle engineer with insight of how test vehicles are driven, their location (whether the vehicles are staying within the prescribed test area), and what the effects are of altitude and terrain conditions on performance.

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