Telecommunications researchers at TU Wien (Technical University Vienna) have developed a new antenna concept for cars which could replace the current ‘shark fin’ attachments, now becoming too small. The antenna box, made from carbon fibre-reinforced polymer, can be integrated in a cavity within the front of a car’s roof and can accommodate the growing requirements Read More..
Ford, Honda and Volkswagen have demonstrated or announced vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2X) trials this week. These are all intended to explore technologies to ease traffic congestion, smooth out traffic flow and increase safety and efficiency; and while they currently involve alerts (and later, interventions) to human drivers, in the longer-term the technologies will be applicable Read More..
General Motors China is moving closer to bringingÂ its latest connected-vehicle (V2X) technology to the world’s biggest car market. The US carmaker said it had for the first time demonstrated V2X technologies such as intersection collision alert and emergency brake alert in Shanghai. GM recently opened itsÂ National Intelligent & Connected Vehicle Test Demo Base in the Read More..