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USDOT Releases Integrated ITS Reference Architecture with Connected Vehicle Capabilities - IEEE Connected Vehicles

USDOT Releases Integrated ITS Reference Architecture with Connected Vehicle Capabilities
22 June, 2017. The USDOT has announced the release of the first version of the ITS National Reference Architecture to fully incorporate connected vehicle capabilities in detail. The Architecture and its accompanying software tools are available at no cost from www.arc-it.net.

C2C-CC and C-Roads Platform signed MoU on joint deployment by 2019 - IEEE Connected Vehicles

C2C-CC and C-Roads Platform signed MoU on joint deployment by 2019
20 June, 2017. The CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium and the C-Roads Platform have just signed a Memorandum of Understanding for enabling a close cooperation between the automotive industry, road authorities, and road operators for preparing the deployment of initial cooperative ITS services across Europe by 2019.

Bosch, Autotalks, Cohda Wireless, and Ducati develop a prototype for motorcycle-to-car communication - IEEE Connected Vehicles

Bosch, Autotalks, Cohda Wireless, and Ducati develop a prototype for motorcycle-to-car communication

23 May, 2017. Bosch has developed a prototype for motorcycle-to-car communication with partners Autotalks, Cohda Wireless, and Ducati. Based on ITS-G5, wireless communications technology, new Bosch technology could prevent nearly one-third of all motorcycle accidents.

Volvo Cars partners with Google to build Android into next generation connected vehicles - IEEE Connected Vehicles

Volvo Cars partners with Google to build Android into next generation connected vehicles
15 May, 2017. Volvo Cars has announced a close partnership with Google to develop the next generation of its in-car infotainment and connectivity solution based on Android. The large catalogue of popular Android apps will offer connected and predictive services in and around the car. This partnership reflects the ongoing convergence between the automotive and technology industries as cars become increasingly connected.

SEAT and Saba promote the creation of the connected car ecosystem - IEEE Connected Vehicles

SEAT and Saba promote the creation of the connected car ecosystem

11 May, 2017. SEAT and Saba sign an agreement to develop vehicle services associated with parking, such as booking and advance payment of parking spaces The collaboration lays the foundation for projects like Parkfinder 2.0, which will enable drivers to know in real-time from their car which parking spaces are available The partners will explore the possibilities of new services that take advantage of the time spent that cars are parked, which is 95% of the time.

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