Autotalks to Unveil Vehicle-to-Everything Solution at CES

Autotalks and STMicroelectronics have developed the world's first mass-market-ready 2nd-generation DSRC-based V2X solution.

Autotalks CEO Hagai Zyss

 

Autotalks, the Israeli developer of (V2X) Vehicle to Everything communication chipsets, and global semiconductor company STMicroelectronics have developed the world’s first mass-market-ready 2nd-generation DSRC-based V2X solution.

The two companies will unveil 2G V2X solutions including Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) cases during Consumer Electronics Show CES 2018 in Las Vegas this week.

The partners improve mobility on the roads through the use of DSRC (Dedicated Short Range Communication) -based Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications technology. The technology:

·         Highlights the seamless integration of V2X with telematics while showing forward collision warning and three other V2V/V2I use cases

·         Also use Virtual Reality to show Vehicle-to-Vehicle and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure benefits in common hazardous driving situations: highway, urban road, intersection, and side road

Autotalks CEO Hagai Zyss said, “DSRC is ready for mass deployment with the ultimate goal of maximizing safety and mobility for both human-driven and autonomous vehicles. Our demonstration with ST is further evidence of the strong V2X ecosystem Autotalks has established in bringing next-generation automotive-qualified solutions to connected and autonomous vehicles today.”

“The cooperation with Autotalks is a strong component in delivering on ST’s Smart Driving mission, which combines all of the elements to make automotive systems safer, greener, and more connected,” said Fabio Marchió, General Manager, Microcontrollers and Infotainment Division, Automotive and Discrete Group, STMicroelectronics. “ST’s efforts have contributed to assuring the seamless integration of the CRATON2-based V2X module with ST’s advanced technologies for connected cars, including automotive secure processors, GNSS receivers, and sensors.“

 

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