V2X Technology News

Autotalks Deploys V2X Chipsets to Make Seoul Roads Safer

Safety is an integral part of smart city development. Walking and cycling are encouraged while trying to reduce dangerous situations at crosswalks and in traffic. The digital transformation of Seoul, the capital and largest metropolis of South Korea, has been accelerated by the deployment of Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) systems across its bus fleet and urban infrastructure.

Global Vehicle- to- Everything (V2X) Market is projected to reach USD 18,877.1 Million by 2027

NEW DELHIFeb. 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Global V2X Market was valued at USD 3,283.7 Million in 2021 and is forecasted to reach USD 18,877.1 Million by 2027. The market is expected to register a CAGR of 33.8% during the forecast period 2022-2027. The growth of the market is majorly driven by the growing demand in adoption of connected cars, favorable government initiatives and rising technology penetration.

Global Automotive Cybersecurity Market to 2026: Significantly Growing Global Automotive V2X Market

The global automotive cybersecurity market is projected to grow from USD 2 billion in 2021 to USD 5.3 billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 21.3%.

Increasing demand for connected vehicles and safety features has increased the electronic content per vehicle. This raised the vulnerability of a vehicle against a cyber-attack, which resulted in recall of vehicles by the reputed automakers in the recent past. Thereby, the demand for automotive cybersecurity solutions are growing at a rapid pace all over the world.

New Technology For Transportation Safety

On July 29 Applied Information, a transportation technology developer, held a webinar on C-V2X connected vehicle applications. Applied Information president Bryan Mulligan demonstrated how C-V2X technology could work in a positive manner to preempt traffic lights for emergency vehicles and school buses and to enable cyclists and pedestrians who had an app on their phones to be warned about accidents.

Ford Installing Smart Sensor Nodes In Miami To Give AVs X-Ray Vision

Ford and its partners which have been testing smart nodes. These nodes are sensor packages that include cameras, radar and lidar mounted above intersections where they can get a less obstructed view. The nodes use cellular-vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) radios to transmit information to approaching AVs about potential hazards as they approach intersections.

Ford wants its cars to 'talk' with traffic lights and pedestrians

Ford is building cars that “talk” with traffic lights, road signs and pedestrians. At CES 2019 in Las Vegas on Monday, the automaker announced plans to start selling cars that feature this type of technology in 2022. The technology, called cellular vehicle-to-everything (or C-V2X for short), uses wireless signals to share road data, such as a car’s location or the color of a traffic light, with other vehicles.

You won't need a driver's license by 2040

A nascent form of vehicle-to-vehicle communication (V2V) is currently being tested in a NHTSA field trial in Ann Arbor, allowing cars to share situational data to avoid crashing into each other. Meanwhile, Volvo is testing the concept of using “road trains” in Europe to allow for more efficient driving.