Stakeholders in the V2X Ecosystem

Multiple organizations and communities play a role in the advancement of next generation networks to fulfill on the promise of autonomous vehicles.
These key players must form partnerships and fulfill their roles for industry, investors, government, transportation, traffic and citizens to fully realize the benefits of a V2X environment.

Who Should Attend

 
Enabling Technologies:
  • Chipset Manufacturers,
  • OEMs
  • 5G networking hardware, antennas and infrastructure
  • Technology Integrators

Government: Local, State and Federal

  • Elected Officials
  • Public Works
  • Transportation and Traffic Management
  • Intelligence and Connected Civic Infrastructure
  • Information Technology

Network Operators, Telcos and Communications Service Providers:

  • Tier 1 Mobile Network Operators
  • Broadband and Fiber Carriers
  • Satellite Operators

Automotive Industry

  • Manufacturers and OEMs
  • Fleet, Shipping and Freight
  • Auto aftermarket suppliers

Wireless Infrastructure Owners

  • Towers and Macro Site Owners
  • Small Cells and Dense Network infrastructure
  • Backhaul and Fiber Network Services

Cloud Services:

  • ADAS services
  • Security Services
  • AI and Machine Learning
  • All cloud-based applications driving intelligence in a V2X environment

Edge & Datacenters:

  • Data Center operators
  • Edge Computing and Mobile Edge Computing vendors

Entrepreneurs and Investors:

 

“Virtually all of the car companies know which way the winds are blowing, know the disruption is coming, and they’re getting ready for it,”  —Barrie Kirk of the Canadian Automated Vehicles Centre of Excellence, an Ottawa consultancy. 
“In addition to 5G network communication, 5G will also define a direct communication mode that will allow cars to communicate with each other directly for autonomous driving use cases … without dependency or reliance on wide area network coverage.” — Durga Prasad Malladi, Senior Vice President, Engineering, Qualcomm Technologies