Standard for local wireless networks. The various versions of the standards differ in terms of transfer rate, frequency band, modulation method, number of channels, etc. The a, b, g, n and ac versions are used in conventional Wi-Fi (WLAN) networks. IEEE 802.11p is an add-on to establish wireless technology in vehicles and create a reliable wireless standard for intelligent traffic systems.
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also known as Smart Manufacturing
Phase of application of artificial intelligence. After the system has been trained, it calls on what it has learned in its inference and expands its knowledge.
Internet of Things
An address within a computer network
Internet Protocol version 6 enables unique identification of a corresponding number of devices