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Ford commits to deploy C-V2X technology on all new vehicles in the US beginning in 2022 - IEEE Connected Vehicles

Ford commits to deploy C-V2X technology on all new vehicles in the US beginning in 2022
5 Jan, 2019. Ford has announced their commitment to deploy cellular vehicle-to-everything technology — or C-V2X — in all their new vehicle models in the United States beginning in 2022. C-V2X will work with Ford Co-Pilot360™, their suite of driver-assist and safety features standard across North America on new passenger cars, SUVs and trucks, including F-150, going forward.

U.S. Department of Transportation Releases Request for Comment (RFC) on Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) Communications - IEEE Connected Vehicles


U.S. Department of Transportation Releases Request for Comment (RFC) on Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) Communications

18 Dec, 2018. The U.S. DOT is seeking public comment on current and future communications technologies that could be associated with the connected vehicle environment. In particular, U.S. DOT solicits comment on issues ranging from the use of alternative and emerging communications technologies to support V2X, to the challenges associated with achieving interoperability while accommodating technological change.

Leading Automotive, Telecom and ITS companies successfully carry out first Cellular V2X trial in Japan - IEEE Connected Vehicles

Leading Automotive, Telecom and ITS companies successfully carry out first Cellular V2X trial in Japan
13 Dec, 2018. Continental, Ericsson, Nissan, NTT DOCOMO, OKI and Qualcomm Technologies have successfully conducted what they claim is Japan’s first C-V2X testing at 5.8 GHz. The tests focused on sending messages directly via C-V2X (PC5) under varying conditions, including vehicles driving at speeds of up to 110 kilometers per hour and with a truck or even buildings blocking the communications both direct and network-based communications.

Bosch and Daimler join forces to work on fully automated, driverless system - IEEE Connected Vehicles

Bosch and Daimler join forces to work on fully automated, driverless system
12 Nov, 2018. Bosch and Daimler are joining forces to bring fully automated and driverless driving to urban roads by the beginning of the next decade. The objective is to develop software and algorithms for an autonomous driving system. Bosch and Daimler aim to improve the flow of traffic in cities, enhance safety on the road and provide an important building block for the way traffic will work in the future.

U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issues statement on safety value of 5.9 GHz spectrum - IEEE Connected Vehicles

U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issues statement on safety value of 5.9 GHz spectrum
24 Oct, 2018. U.S. DOT claims that preserving the 5.9 GHz band for transportation communications is essential to public safety today and in the future. There are more than 70 active deployments of V2X communications. They claim they will continue to work closely with the FCC and NTIA to utilize the 5.9 GHz band for public safety applications and vehicle safety communications.

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