The companies that founded the Connected Vehicle to Everything of Tomorrow (ConVeX) consortium last year to conduct the first announced C-V2X study based on Release 14 of 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project) held the demonstration in Ingolstadt. Involved were the Audi Q7 and Audi A4 road vehicles and a Ducati Multistrada 1200 Enduro two-wheeler with C-V2X technology using the Qualcomm 9150 C-V2X chipset solution. The showcase demonstrated common situations that can occur between motorcycles and vehicles and how C-V2X technology can be used to improve road safety.
Among the implemented functions is the "Intersection Collision Warning", in which a vehicle with C-V2X technology drives out of a non-priority road into an intersection and prevents the vehicle from colliding with a motorcyclist with priority rights. Another use case is "Across Traffic Turn Collision Risk Warning", which prevents a collision with a motorcycle and a car turning left.
In the field of V2X (vehicles-to-everything) automated communications applications, The C-V2X technology is competing against the C-ITS technology which includes DSRC and the IEEE802.11p radio standard. The argument in favor of C-ITS is that it is more mature while the friends of C-V2X argue that this technology offers a seamless integration into cellular radio networks (typically based on LTE or 5G).