CES 2017 Automotive Recap
Promising autonomous vehicle technology was everywhere you looked at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, but sorting out which promises might actually be fulfilled took some exploring.
Savari is a software company that develops V2X solutions deployed through hardware platforms installed in vehicles (on-board units (OBUs)), as part of the transportation infrastructure (roadside units), and through mobile applications for pedestrians.
The company behind the test is called Savari, and they had outfitted the traffic light with their V2X (vehicle to infrastructure) equipment.
From self-driving cars to vehicle-to-X (V2X) connectivity, automotive technology is big at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.
cars will move through levels of autonomy, starting with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS)
If all cars could communicate with each other wirelessly, 80 percent of traffic collisions could be prevented.
The chip designer has all the tools needed to make your daily commute much safer. This week, NXP is shouting that message from a worldwide stage.
Leading V2X Communications Provider for Self-Driving Cars and Highly Autonomous Vehicles Takes to the Road
At this year’s CES, we get a peek at the newest ways autos communicate wirelessly.