V2X Americas 2019
Conference & Exhibition

September 10 & 11, 2019
Santa Clara Convention Center

The Global 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.

Fostering an Environment to Develop Secure & Innovative V2X Applications

Be part of the ecosystem that fulfills on the promise of personal mobility, autonomous and next generation transportation enabled by next generation network connectivity.


Join your peers and like-minded professionals convening from multiple industry sectors:  wireless, computing, application development, cloud services and more -- all focused on keeping up-to-date on commercial V2X technology, trends and developments.

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A new perspective, V2X Americas features infrastructure -- including hardware, software; platforms and tools, that enable a new generation of high-bandwidth, low-latency applications that underpin autonomous vehicles of all kinds.

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This comprehensive educational conference combines presentations, panel discussions and tutorials, along with visionary keynote speakers, to provide an end-to-end understanding of the infrastructure requirements and business opportunities in V2X systems.

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Apply here to speak at V2X Americas to build your brand as an expert and thought leader in the field of autonomous networking, make connections, and grow your skills through teaching—plus, receive a free pass to attend V2X Americas.

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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

V2X News

Edge computing set for strong growth in automotive industry

July 30, 2019

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…

Ford will test connected cars on its own LTE/5G network

July 30, 2019

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…

Qualcomm, Deutsche Telekom and BMW win fight with EU over car connectivity rules

July 5, 2019

Source: TechSpot.com The big picture: 5G is coming and while the EU may be weary about using it to its full potential, forward-looking countries and companies are fighting for the huge potential market that will be created as a result of its deployment. The phenomenon is dubbed “The Fourth Industrial Revolution,” which is why they’re fighting…

Humanising Autonomy pulls in $5M to help self-driving cars keep an eye on pedestrians

June 19, 2019

Source: TechCrunch Pretty much everything about making a self-driving car is difficult, but among the most difficult parts is making sure the vehicles know what pedestrians are doing — and what they’re about to do. Humanising Autonomy specializes in this, and hopes to become a ubiquitous part of people-focused computer vision systems worldwide. The company has raised a $5.3…

Postal robots take to the streets with backing from Toyota AI Ventures

June 12, 2019

Source: ZDNet Out of stealth, a new concept in last-mile delivery brings more than autonomous vehicles to the table. By Greg Nichols for Robotics | June 11, 2019 A secretive autonomous delivery startup with some big backer bona fides has just come out of stealth. Boxbot, a California delivery logistics startup, recently unveiled its autonomous last-mile delivery system, which consists…

Innovating for Smart Vehicles in a Smart World

June 5, 2019

Source: Medium By Don Butler, Executive Director, Ford Connected Vehicle Platform and Product We’ve been talking about the promise of cellular vehicle to everything technology — or C-V2X — for more than a year and have committed to adding the capability to our future vehicles to make people’s lives better with safer, more efficient driving. But we know to…

Wind River and Airbiquity team on Vehicle-to-Cloud OTA Solutions for Connected and Autonomous Cars

June 5, 2019

Source: TelematicsWire.net Proper and proactive management of software over the course of a vehicle’s lifecycle is becoming increasingly important to enhance performance, maintain value, and address safety and security threats. Using OTA, carmakers can securely transmit diagnostic and operational data and efficiently deploy software updates to mitigate recall expenses and enable new vehicle features. In…

One Year In, 50,000 Self-Driving Rides Later

June 3, 2019

Source: Lyft Self-driving cars are a central part of our vision for reducing individual car ownership, creating safer streets, and alleviating congestion. Alongside providing on-demand options for shared rides, electric bikes, scooters, and transit, self-driving cars in the Lyft app provide another way for people to get around reliably without needing to own a car.…

A new look at autonomous-vehicle infrastructure

May 26, 2019

    By Tyler Duvall, Eric Hannon, Jared Katseff, Ben Safran, and Tyler Wallace May 24, 2019 Source: Automotive World What infrastructure improvements will promote the growth of autonomous vehicles while simultaneously encouraging shared ridership? Imagine a future in which fleets of autonomous buses and shuttles effortlessly navigate through city streets to their designated stops. Ridesharing services…

Pai Wants Fresh Look at 5.9 GHz

May 16, 2019

Source: InsideTowers FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said Tuesday at the WiFi World Congress, the Commission will soon take another look at the 5.9 GHz band. Twenty years ago, the Commission reallocated 75 megahertz of spectrum in this band for a service called Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC).  This technology was designed to allow car-to-car communications,…