The product substance of the third-generation Porsche Cayenne is currently being extensively upgraded. The photo shows the SUV on a test drive. The Cayenne has been manufactured entirely at Volkswagen Slovakia in Bratislava since 2017. Now Porsche has decided to also produce the fourth generation of the SUV in Bratislava. This is to be launched on the market in the second half of the decade and will have an all-electric drive system.
Nine basestations for the mobile network connectivity are interlinked via a fiber optic backbone, to guarantee high standards in data security and available bandwidth. The mobile network allows for managed hybrid access, allowing public SIMs to participate, as well as private SIMs managed by NTC.
The 5G technology contributes to enhancing the connectivity of a vehicle by improving multi-level interaction between backend services, roadside infrastructures and other vehicles. This enables the testing of complex traffic situations.