V2X Supplier News

HARMAN Acquires 5G Edge and V2X Leader Savari

HARMAN Acquires 5G Edge and V2X Leader Savari

 Source: BusinessWire HARMAN International, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. focused on connected technologies for automotive, consumer and enterprise markets, today announced the acquisition of substantially all the assets of Savari®, Inc.,...

HARMAN Acquires 5G Edge and V2X Leader Savari

 Source: BusinessWire HARMAN International, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. focused on connected technologies for automotive, consumer and enterprise markets, today announced the acquisition of substantially all the assets of Savari®, Inc.,...

Smart Traffic Management at a Crossroads

Source: EETimes By George Leopold It remains to be seen whether the global pandemic and the shift to remote work have permanently slammed the brakes on morning and evening rush hours. If the daily commute ever returns, one innovation made possible...

Next Gen Broadcast TV Signaling Standard Shows potential for Car Connectivity

 Source: Light Reading Recent trials led by Sony indicate that ATSC 3.0, the next-gen broadcast TV signaling standard, has potential use as a connected car technology. If proven out further as a potential alternative to 4G/5G, a new "automotive mode" for ATSC 3.0...

Turnkey C-V2X solution developed for smart cities

Cohda Wireless’ cellular vehicle-to-everything solution will help to establish a cooperative, intelligent road transport system that aims to make roads safer and less congested.  The company’s V2X software is being integrated with the Qualcomm Snapdragon Automotive 5G...

Cruise, GM partner with Microsoft to ramp up self-driving vehicles

Source: Reuters Self-driving car maker Cruise and majority shareholder General Motors Co said on Tuesday they would partner with Microsoft Corp to accelerate the commercialization of driverless vehicles. Microsoft will join GM, Honda Motor Co and institutional...

Ferrovial is to collaborate with companies including Microsoft and 3M to target the development of ‘roads of the future’.

Source: The Construction Index UK The AIVIA Orchestrated Connected Corridors initiative will develop smart roads and advanced monitoring, sensor and simulation technology, in collaboration with other companies. The project includes road infrastructure technologies...

Renesas collaborates with Microsoft to speed up connected vehicle development

Source: Newselectronics Renesas has revealed that it is collaborating with Microsoft in order to accelerate the development of connected vehicles. Renesas’ R-Car Starter Kit, based on its R-Car automotive system-on-chip (SoC), is now available as a development...

Detecting Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) Cyber Threats

Source: EET Asia ArcRan is showing at CES its iSecV to monitor wireless signals (WiFi, Bluetooth, ZigBee, and C-V2X) in order to detect abnormal behavior in V2X environments. Integrated machine learning provides an early warning in case of unexpected incidents....

mmWave 5G TCU is Enabling New In-Vehicle Experiences

Source: Samsung From safety solutions that alert you of hazards while driving, to technology that allows passengers to view concerts from the comfort of their vehicles, a whole new wave of connected vehicle technologies is right around the corner. However, to enjoy...

High-Tech Roads Are Powering Electric Cars, Sensors and More

Source: GovTech.com Two projects in Georgia and New York are exploring new technologies which embed power generation, computing and more into paving, opening up this right-of-way space to accommodate solar panels and smart city sensors. These days, road and sidewalk...

HARMAN Acquires 5G Edge and V2X Leader Savari

 Source: BusinessWire HARMAN International, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. focused on connected technologies for automotive, consumer and enterprise markets, today announced the acquisition of substantially all the assets of Savari®, Inc.,...

Smart Traffic Management at a Crossroads

Source: EETimes By George Leopold It remains to be seen whether the global pandemic and the shift to remote work have permanently slammed the brakes on morning and evening rush hours. If the daily commute ever returns, one innovation made possible...