Connectors on the Move

that lead to the safest outcomes for drivers and pedestrians alike. Components with the ability to transmit high-frequency (HF) signals while also maintaining high current capacity processing power simultaneously will play a key role in the development of these technologies. ABILITIES OF CONNECTORS TO FACILITATE IOT AND AI High-Speed Capabilities. Processing high currents and high-speed signals at the same time comes down to connector design. IoT technologies connect devices to communicative networks, sharing information to activate immediate function as well as enhance overall data management and analysis skills through machine learning. The faster a system can communicate, the faster it can improve itself. Only a few years ago, 16 Gb/s was considered desirable in an everyday PCB, but today 25 Gb/s and beyond are becoming standard for IoT and AI hardware. In the module itself, the faster AI can process the incoming data from interactions, the quicker decision-making reaction times can occur. Flexibility and Manageable Design. The challenge of choosing hardware infrastructure that is able to adapt to a rapidly changing industry can be tackled with an easily configurable, scalable

Perception systems are critical to maintaining flight and transmitting accurate data back to human operators or observers. Increasingly, these systems provide important analytics used in critical decision-making, such as in wayfinding/navigation, strategic and tactical conflict avoidance, and detect-and-avoid systems. On the Roadway. Self-driving cars are the most publicly recognizable use of AI and IoT in transportation. In automotive applications, sensors in machine vision applications detect the presence of other vehicles, and react appropriately to pedestrians, animals, cyclists, and electric scooters in the roadway. These sensors communicate this information to internal computing modules to stop the vehicle in time, especially during emergency situations. Connectors with high-speed capabilities help transmit data between the sensors, controls, and brake systems. Autonomous braking capabilities are also a fundamental component of advanced driver assistance systems, which merge autonomous functions with human-controlled driving to help navigate hazardous road conditions and prevent accidents. Transportation autonomous functionality only when it advances to the point where high-functioning, accurate machine vision combines with the ability to make decisions will achieve


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