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Joint research and development collaboration between Continental and NTT DOCOMO to realize 5G vehicle communications

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Continental has started a joint research and development collaboration with the Japanese telecommunications company NTT DOCOMO to realize 5G vehicle communications, enhance connected infotainment functions and build the foundation for cellular based vehicle-to-everything (V2X) wireless communications systems. The two companies demonstrated a prototype application of the emerging 5G mobile communications technology …

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Savari becomes the first V2X technology solution provider to join 5GAA

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Savari has joined the 5G Automotive Association (5GAA). Savari is the first V2X technology solution provider to join the group of leading automotive OEMs, automotive tier one system and component suppliers, and technology vendors. 5GAA was formed to accelerate the development and testing of advanced communications solutions like cellular-V2X for …

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Savari selected by Brandmotion to equip the majority of vehicles with its V2X connected car technology

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V2V technology will prevent 80 percent of all traffic accidents. This results in a reduction of hundreds of thousands of crashes every year in the U.S. alone. Savari Inc has been selected by the Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA) and the partnering integrator company Brandmotion to equip the majority of vehicles …

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Autotalks to launch chipset for connected car

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Autotalks, founded and headquartered in Israel, will present its latest offering – the world’s first automotive grade chipset ready for series-production for connected car models – at the 20th ITS World Congress to be held in Tokyo this October. Autotalks claims the chipsets that power its system — a communications …

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V2V Penetration into new vehicles will increase to 70% by 2027

UK: According to a recent report by ABI Research, Global V2V Penetration into new vehicles will increase from just over 10% in 2018 to 70% in 2027, with the EU, US, and Japan as key regions adopting V2V in the mid-term. As per the report, with multiple trials taking place …

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