A New Event Series Dedicated to Commercializing Vehicle-to-Everything Technology
Dedicated to building an open and secure fully connected, intelligent world that connects people, vehicles, roads, and other things in the surrounding transportation environment
Communications: Direct and Networked V2V, V2I, and Vehicle-to-Cloud (V2C) Connectivity
The latest in robust wireless broadband networks that maintain full connectivity with non-line-of-sight and latency-sensitive collision-avoidance capabilities—benefiting drivers, passengers, bikers, and others sharing the road.
Computing Architecture for Low-Latency, High-Bandwidth Applications and Services
Understand network architectures and infrastructure required to support the massive computing resources and processing demanded by large scale vehicle management and traffic data analytics
Control Systems in Road Facilities and Roadside Infrastructure
Enabling city administrators and transport operators to implement real-time and intelligent traffic management, to ensure safer and more efficient traffic systems of the future.
Manager- Technology Strategy and Architecture
Apostolos (Tolis) Papathanassiou
Senior Principal Engineer with the Next Generation and Standards (NGS)
President & CEO
President & CEO
What They're Saying about V2X
"We expect 5G to become the worldwide dominating mobile communications standard of the next decade."
Dr Christoph Grote Senior Vice President - Electronics, BMW Group
“The state of Colorado has been focused on the rapid deployment of connected vehicle technology to advance safety and are encouraged by the progression of C-V2X. We’re ready to help advance vehicle safety and serve as a hub for advanced vehicle testing, and development.”
Michael Lewis, Exec. Director, Colorado Department of Transportation
“V2X will lead us into the future of a fully connected car experience. The vehicle can be supported by advanced services from the mobile network providing a safer, more efficient and enjoyable driving experience while having a positive impact on society.”
Chris Pearson, President, 5G Americas
“Ford is committed to V2X communications and sees it as a critical technology to improve vehicle safety and efficiency.”
Don Butler, Executive Director, Connected Vehicle and Services, Ford Motor Company
"V2X is a critical technology for the overall success of autonomous vehicle systems."
Collin Goldsmith, Managing Partner for Engineering Solutions, P3 North America
"As the decision-making process moves from inside the car to one that is increasingly decentralized — communication from vehicle to vehicle, vehicle to infrastructure and vehicle to network — high capacity, low-latency network connectivity is key. This places a whole new set of demands on wireless networks."
Brian Daniels, Senior Vice President, Z5G, Zayo
Location & Venue
Source: Traffic Technology Today Michigan-based developer of connected car and automotive electronics systems Danlaw Inc. has revealed its role in New York City’s Connected Vehicle Pilot project; one of the US Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) three CV Pilot Deployment Sites. The rapid rise of urbanization is compelling many municipalities worldwide to reevaluate transportation initiatives and…
Source: IotforAll.com There’s mounting pressure in the automotive industry to transform from mechanical-centric into software-defined vehicles. Manufacturers and suppliers will have to implement innovative software-based solutions to stay relevant and to keep up with consumers’ expectations. From the advent of the Model-T to the promise of self-driving cars, the automotive industry has changed drastically in…
Source: Access Co. Oberhausen, 19 September 2019 − ACCESS CO., LTD today announced that an integration of its ACCESS Twine™ for Car (Twine4Car) automotive infotainment service platform will be available for Bosch’s Android-based in-vehicle infotainment-system (IVI). The collaboration helps Bosch extend its core platform with a flexible app solution, which also includes an app store, a fully OEM brandable HMI,…
September 12, 2019 CHICAGO, IL – Sept. 12, 2019 – HAAS Alert, a Chicago-based startup whose mission is to make roads safer by alerting drivers of emergency vehicles, recently completed the first pilot of fleet cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) tests on Sprint’s 5G network in Chicago. The tests by the fleet collision prevention company achieved a 40…
A blend of in-vehicle and cloud computing, more powerful antennas, automotive Ethernet, and high-performance 5G network communications will be essential ingredients in the evolution of autonomous vehicles. Guido Dornbusch, Alex Bormuth, Dr. Ayman Duzdar | Sep 12, 2019 Source: Electronic Design Projections show that by 2020 the power and electrical components, sensors, cameras, radar, GPS and other systems in…
Source: Telematics Wire Avis Budget Group has announced an agreement with Ford Commercial Solutions to connect approximately 14,000 Ford Motor Company vehicles in Avis Budget Group’s European fleet. The connected vehicles will provide many advantages, like it will allow Avis customers to manage their entire rental experience through the Avis mobile app, including choosing the…
Roadside units that leverage 5G can create 3D models of the world around them, and transfer that data to nearby cars in a flash. By Freddie Holmes September 5, 2019 Source: Automotive World.com There is much debate as to whether 5G is a vital jump in connectivity for future vehicles, or simply a means for…
A 2-year-old technology called C-V2X could arrive in 5G-equipped cars in 2022, displacing a 20-year-old alternative that hasn’t caught on. Source: CNET Self-driving cars can already see and think for themselves. But a newer technology that will run on soon-to-launch 5G networks promises to give them another advanced skill: the ability to talk with one another. C-V2X, a communications…
Source: AutomotiveIT.com Whether in manufacturing operations or in the vehicles themselves, edge computing is conquering the IT infrastructure at every car company. Providers have taken note – and are already battling it out for air superiority. Edge computing, the wide-ranging types of calculations and analyses at the extreme ends of an IT topology, has become…
Source: IoTTechNews.com American automotive giant Ford is building its own LTE/5G network to test connected cars in a private environment. Ford’s network will be set up at its campus in Dearborn, Michigan. The network will operate in the 3.5GHz CBRS band and use equipment from Ericsson, Juniper, and Dell. The company has filed a request…