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Toyota and Lexus to launch DSRC technology to connect vehicles and infrastructure in the U.S. in 2021- IEEE Connected Vehicles

Toyota and Lexus to launch DSRC technology to connect vehicles and infrastructure in the U.S. in 2021
16 Apr, 2018. Toyota and Lexus plan to start deployment of DSRC systems on vehicles in the US in 2021. DSRC is based on industry standards, so Toyota vehicles will be able to communicate with other automakers’ equipped vehicles, multiplying the safety benefits for all.

Driverless testing and public use rules for autonomous vehicles approved in California - IEEE Connected Vehicles

Driverless testing and public use rules for autonomous vehicles approved in California
26 Feb, 2018. The California Department of Motor Vehicles announced today the approval of regulations governing the driverless testing and public use of autonomous vehicles on California roads, which establishes rules for testing autonomous technology without a driver.

Continental demonstrates Predictive Connectivity Manager - IEEE Connected Vehicles

Continental demonstrates Predictive Connectivity Manager
26 Feb, 2018. The intelligent mobility of the future depends on connectivity. Continental has developed a Predictive Connectivity Manager that “looks” into the future to determine network availability along the route so that it can then take appropriate action. To this aim, the connectivity manager collects data on the availability and quality of the communication channels from vehicles traveling along the same route.

Volkswagen Group will roll-out WLAIEEE 802.11p Np standard in volume models from 2019 - IEEE Connected Vehicles

Volkswagen Group will roll-out IEEE 802.11p standard in volume models from 2019
15 Feb, 2018. From 2019 onwards, the brands of the Volkswagen Group are to use the IEEE 802.11p standard for communications among vehicles and between vehicles and their environment. The introduction of this technology as standard equipment on volume models ranging from compact cars to commercial vehicles is expected to significantly improve safety on the roads of Europe.

GM Cruise AV: the First Production-Ready Car With No Steering Wheel or Pedals - IEEE Connected Vehicles

GM Cruise AV: the First Production-Ready Car With No Steering Wheel or Pedals
12 Jan, 2018. General Motors is seeking U.S. government approval for a fully autonomous car – one without a steering wheel, brake pedal or accelerator pedal – to enter the automaker’s first commercial ride-sharing fleet in 2019.

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