Allowing third-party application access to realize virtual operation and management of Internet of Vehicles services requires contract management of third-party services, API opening and billing functions for business domains, and capability orchestration and capacity scheduling functions for network domains. The business domain includes all individuals and enterprises that can interact with the Internet of Vehicles, which can be third-party service providers, virtual operators, end users, or self-operated businesses of operators. The business domain can not only input network capability requirement information to the platform domain and accept the network capability provided by the platform domain, but also provide the platform domain with capability information required by the network domain to realize reverse capability opening.
As an important application of low-latency, high-reliability communication, the information security of the Internet of Vehicles has also received attention. As the scope of Internet of Vehicles applications continues to expand, security attacks will increase accordingly. Under the basic network architecture of “device-pipe-cloud” of the Internet of Vehicles, every link is the focus of information security protection. The industry chain of the Internet of Vehicles is relatively long, involving terminal equipment, communication equipment, and cloud management and service platforms. The manufacturers involved include component suppliers, equipment manufacturers, vehicle manufacturers, software and hardware technology providers, communication service providers, and information Service providers, etc., including control security, data security, functional security and other aspects.