Qualcomm and its Industry Partners Demonstrate C-V2X Technology in Georgia That Ensures School Buses and Fire Trucks Never Get Stuck at Red Lights
New wireless communications technologies are being developed and tested by leading companies, including chipmaker Qualcomm Technologies, Applied Information, Audi of America and Commsignia in the city of Peachtree Corners, Georgia. The pilot in Georgia includes connecting vehicles with infrastructure such as traffic lights. As more connected vehicles are being sold by automakers, the technology has the potential to make roads much safer.
Eric Walz2022-10-24 12:40 PT
The FCC Grants Waiver Requests to Six Developers of Radar-based Vehicle Cabin Monitors, Including Tesla
The FCC’s Office of Engineering and Technology granted six waiver requests from equipment manufacturers and automakers to supply and operate in-cabin millimeter wave radar systems operating in the 60 GHz spectrum band. Millimeter wave radar technology is being used to develop advanced occupant monitoring systems designed to prevent a child or pet being left behind in a hot car.
FutureCar Staff 2021-05-21 16:45 PT
LG Develops ‘Invisible' Speaker Sound Technology That Could Revolutionize In-Vehicle Audio
Eric WalzDec 28, 2022 10:45 AM PT
Toyota's Redesigned Prius May Get More Drivers Behind the Wheel of a Hybrid Vehicle
FutureCar Staff Dec 25, 2022 12:50 PM PT
Researchers at South Korea's Chung-Ang University Develop a ‘Meta-Reinforcement' Machine Learning Algorithm for Traffic Lights to Improve Vehicle Throughput
Eric WalzDec 22, 2022 2:30 PM PT