On April 28, the Alliance for Automotive Innovation announced a consensus on how the 5.9 GHz Safety Spectrum band will be used by the two V2X competing technologies – C-V2X and DSRC. The proposal was included in a regulatory filing with the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) as well as in a letter to U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao. However, the consensus cannot be regarded as a commitment to a single radio standard for V2X services.
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Autotalks, a world leader in V2X (Vehicle-to-Everything) communication solutions, announced that its chipset was selected for a mass production C-V2X program in China, one of the first to be deployed in the huge Chinese market. This is the first mass-production C-V2X program for Autotalks, which consists of a Telematics Control Unit (TCU) with C-V2X powered…Details
A £75 COMPUTER system could revolutionise road safety by allowing cars to talk to each other and warn drivers there is a hazard ahead.
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החברה גייסה עד היום כ-90 מיליון דולר וחתומה על חוזי אספקה עם שניים מחמשת יצרני הרכב המובילים בעולם
V2X technology provider and fabless chipmaker Autotalks, Ltd. has announced that the second generation of its chipsets are FIPS certified for secure C-V2X or DSRC deployment in the US. The message comes a few weeks after the company announced the market maturity of a specific V2X solution for the Chinese market.
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Autotalks and Datang successfully completed Chinese C-V2X direct communication interoperability testing
Autotalks and China’s Datang have successfully tested chipset-level interoperability of their respective solutions for C-V2X direct communication
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One of the leading developers of vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication systems, Autotalks, is supplying its chipset to NoTraffic’s automated traffic management platform, which enables the delivery of infrastructure sensor information to vehicles through Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communications.
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One of the leading developers of connected vehicle (CV) technologies, Israeli company Autotalks, has successfully demonstrated the interoperability of its cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) communication systems at a ‘plugfest’ in Canada
חברות הטכנולוגיה הפרטיות שצפויות להפוך להצלחה הישראלית הבאה
The auto communications chip startup established a local presence in China late last yearץ
האפליקציה שתאתר את הרכב בחניון, שיטה שנותנת מוח לכל מכשיר ועוד ארבע המצאות; כלכליסט בדק את הסטארט-אפים הישראליים בתערוכת המובייל הגדולה בעולם
Autotalks’ second-generation chipsets have been selected by Harman International to provide the vehicle-to-everything (V2X) chipset for the Harman telematics platform. The platform will be showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show, taking place Jan. 8-11 in Las Vegas.
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Valeo and Autotalks, a world leader in V2X (Vehicle to Everything) communication solutions, will display global V2X capabilities integrated in Telematics platform at the upcoming CES 2019.
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1.4 מיליון איש נהרגים מדי שנה בתאונות דרכים ברחבי העולם ■ בדרך לכיבוש תעשיית הרכב האוטונומי, ההיי־טק הישראלי נרתם להפוך אותנו לנהגים טובים וזהירים יותר באמצעות טכנולוגיות חדשניות ■ 5 סטארט־אפים ישראליים שלוקחים את ההגה לידיים
The company raised $80 million to date from investors including from Samsung and Hyundai
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Paris Auto Show: Information Sharing Is the Future of Automotive Safety, Says CEO of Autonomous Driving Startup Autotalks
hAGAI Zyss spoke Tuesday at a conference on innovation held by Calcalist at the Mondial de l’Automobile auto show in Paris
It’s no secret that Israeli startup Autotalks prefers a hybrid model for the connected car that involves both DSRC and cellular. Now the company has announced the launch of its Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) chipset that’s capable of supporting both dedicated short range communications (DSRC) and cellular’s C-V2X based on 3GPP specifications. Read more in Fierce Wireless …Details