It needs as much teamwork as possible, because one of the main objectives of the NAV alliance is to promote standardization. Many companies are currently in parallelDevelopmentA similar system means a lot of waste of time and money, which makes it more difficult to cultivate the market.
The main content of the team's attempt to standardize is that AVs needs to handle the high bandwidth data transmission required from the data from various sensors, and Aquantia is focused on this connection. It is estimated that AVs needs to process dozens of TB data in one day's driving time, so its data density is much more than usual.
In addition to promoting more standards, including networks, the NAV alliance hopes to provide general procedures and requirements for the security and overall reliability of the AV system, and to educate the public how to make AV a reality. Viktor Molnar, senior vice president of the body electronics department at BOSCH, says, with our alliance partners, we are contributing to a secure, reliable and redundant standardized network and helping to drive autopilot.