Current vehicle infrastructures in the U.S. connect motorcycles to their bases, but the future connected mobility vehicle will connect motorcycles to individual c-its and to the Internet, to perform functions such as GPS navigation and remote start. The key to the future connected mobility is ensuring that regulations, rules, and specifications of the future vehicle are communicated to all stakeholders, so that everyone can benefit from the introduction of these new mobility technologies. Regulations must be designed in a manner which allows innovation to take place, without hampering the efficiency and effectiveness of the regulations. The regulations must be sufficiently flexible to allow organizations to accommodate any emerging innovations. The regulations must be developed using the same process as the standardization process for standard telecommunications systems, so that all parties have access to the key critical components needed to implement the future connected mobility.
The answer to the Connected Motorcycles question revolves around the ability of vehicles to communicate with one another and with the infrastructure at the same time, as well as with sensors and other devices which are mounted on the vehicles. Future connected mobility solutions could take this a step further and enable vehicles to stay in constant communication with hotels and other business assets, allowing for even greater efficiencies.
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