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Providing Internet connectivity is a near-term goal for vehicle development. But much more profound advancements in transportation systems are expected as vehicles become an integral part of networked information and control systems. Future systems will need to address the balance between personal transport and societal challenges including growing population density, carbon emissions, global industrialization. By interconnecting vehicles with networking technology the authors will enable distributed local control applications such as accident prevention, route optimization, and traffic management; while permitting global optimizations that balance societal constraints such as throughput, regional energy use and air quality.
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