Vehicle-to-Everything Network Architectures and Computing Infrastructure to Support a New Era in Transportation

March 16 & 17, 2022
Peachtree Corners, Georgia

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What You’ll Find at V2X Live!

Conference Education

More business and technology content on V2X that can’t be found at other industry events. Relevant, timely and unique Fiber Connect content and programming is focused on the intersection of business, broadband and digital infrastructure investment.

Tours of Curiosity Lab

Featuring autonomous shuttles made available by Beep. Select attendees to V2X Live are eligible to tour Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners by autonomous shuttle. 

Networking & Peer-Group Interaction

Our networking opportunities– from exchanges and evening receptions — encourage peer-group interaction and relationship building. This is your opportunity to reinforce your brand with a ‘who’s who’ of insiders and corporate leaders from multiple segments in mobile, cloud and transportation.

Supporting Media & Organizations

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Infrastructure for Connected & Autonomous Vehicles

V2X Live is your opportunity to meet, interact and establish relationships in the V2X community, unique to any wireless, mobility or AV industry event to date.

V2X Live is focused solely on the digital infrastructure required for next generation connected vehicles and autonomous transportation.

At V2X Live we look beyond connected cars and self-driving vehicles to world in which vehicles are rolling data centers, gathering vast amounts of data in real-time, analyzing, integrating and sharing with an array of third-party applications and cloud service providers.

Months Before V2X Live!

Registered Attendees

About Peachtree Corners

As the heart of what is being called #SiliconOrchard in the metro-Atlanta region, Peachtree Corners, Georgia is a vibrant municipality that’s home to more than 45,000 residents and an innovation hub that houses some of the world’s most disruptive technology companies.

The Atlanta suburb of Peachtree Corners, in Georgia is home to the Curiosity Lab smart city project, funded by the city, which includes a 3-mile test and demo track for autonomous vehicles and a glut of smart city pilots on a 500-acre technology park.

The test track is also a public road, with a three-mile loop with ready V2X infrastructure.