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Messe München November 13-16, 2018 Jens Kahrweg, GM EMEA Savari speaking: How V2X Sensors can Augment ADAS for Connected Automated Driving - 10:30am, November 16, 2018 - Connectivity
The world's first V2X "three-span" interconnection application was successfully held
总部位于硅谷的汽车技术公司Savari, Inc.今天宣布，在上海举行的中国汽车工程学会年会暨展览会(SAECCE)期间，该公司行业领先的MobiWAVE™ V2X软件正在处理Cellular V2X链接，以现场演示LTE Vehicle-to-Everything (LTE-V2X)。
Industry leading MobiWAVE™ V2X software is handling the Cellular V2X link for live demonstrations of LTE Vehicle-to-Everything (LTE-V2X) during the SAE-China Congress & Exhibition (SAECCE) event in Shanghai.
Ravi Puvvala, Savari CEO, commented, "After helping power various C-V2X demonstrations around the globe for the past year, it was a privilege to aid in this ground-breaking debut of C-V2X in the world's biggest automotive market."
At the 2018 SAE-China Congress & Exhibition, GM is showcasing six V2X applications covering vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) scenarios with Savari software stack. (includes VIDEO)
“We are pleased to have Qualcomm Technologies’ support to integrate our solutions with global automakers,” said Ravi Puvvala, CEO, Savari, Inc.
The world's first V2X "three-span" interconnection application shows a perfect curtain call