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u-blox, NXP and Commsignia combine on V2X

  • Author:Ella Cai
  • Release on:2017-05-24
u‑blox, Commsignia and NXP Are combining to pursue Vehicle‑to‑Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle‑to‑Infrastructure (V2I) technology.

The adoption of V2X (V2I and V2V) technology in North America and European markets equips new vehicles with the ability to share information with other similarly equipped vehicles, infrastructure and even pedestrians within a radius of up to 1km.

IEEE 802.11p V2X technology is the only proven and production ready technology today that can reliably see around corners. V2X information will augment the awareness of drivers to improve safety, reduce congestion and emissions,

Automotive manufacturers are looking for ways to bring V2X to market now, ramping up to 100% implementation in new cars within the next five years. This collaboration between three of the market leaders will accelerate the adoption of V2X technology thanks to the availability of fully integrated hardware and software solutions in a fully‑fledged and secure (US DOT SCMS compliant) V2X system.

“NXP’s status as a Dedicated Short‑Range Communication (DSRC) V2X technology leader, is a key reason u‑blox chose NXP’s RoadLINK solution, a complete automotive grade 2 +105C ambient, V2X system solution with best‑in‑class performance to power their V2X module,” says NXP’s  Rob Hoeben.

V2X is the only ADAS technology that operates in real-time, lowest latency and sees around corners, facilitating self-driving autonomous vehicles. V2X, IEEE 802.11p based, is complementary to 5G versions of V2X and both technologies are expected to co-exist for the foreseeable future.

NXP has participated in several V2X demos and trials, including truck platooning, achieving short separation distances between trucks. NXP’s RoadLINK solution, which is currently in production with a major North American OEM, will help ensure the u-blox module can deliver accurate and reliable communications to and from a vehicle.