The ability of cars to communicate or share data wirelessly is called vehicle to vehicle communication or V2V. In V2V, data such as position of the car in real time as well as the speed of the car can be shared. Connected Cruise saves energy and improve safety by making use of a good way to communication so as to enable automated vehicles to respond simultaneously to multiple cars. Connected cruise control can adjust the speed of a vehicle based on the information obtained through V2V. Connected cruise control is different from adaptive cruise control because it can track Motor Vehicles rather than only the car which is in front of it. The tests on public roads have demonstrated that connected cruise control and V2V performs in a scenario weather is normal traffic. By making use of connected cruise control, an automated vehicle was able to break with much less percentage of G-Force that is required by car with the human drivers.
By making use of this data, automated cars will not only be able to perform better but also create an environment which is friendly and safe, creating the possibility of all cars on the road to be safe by sneaking into traffic and offering efficient routes. Automated cars are now becoming a trend, their anticipated to face several challenges which need to be overcome when sharing the road with human driven Bagels. As onboard sensors are unable to see corners or through trucks and buses, if a car suddenly would appear in a sensor’s View. Similarly if a vehicle which is a head of a few cars triggers the need for a Cascade of breaking, onboard sensors simply inform the automated car to respond when the car immediately hits the brake and therefore it can be said that not seeing beyond the direct line of sight can result in several surprises when driving