C-V2X enters test operation on Virginia roadways

September 30, 2020 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
C-V2X enters test operation on Virginia roadways
Together with partners, Audi of America, Virginia Department of Transportation and Qualcomm have installed a C-V2X system to test two of basic use cases.

Audi of America, American Tower Corporation, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., and the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) claim to have reached a significant milestone in an initial deployment of cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) communication technology. The Virginia C-V2X deployment is a result of the combined efforts of Audi of America, VDOT and Qualcomm Technologies, which was first announced earlier this year and is aimed toward improving work zone and vehicle safety for roadways, while expanding safety use cases.

The companies are developing new models of deployment with public and private sector involvement such that C-V2X technologies can be readily introduced to roadways across the globe. To reach this significant C-V2X milestone, the companies are working with the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI) and V2X solutions provider Commsignia on the initial deployment, using the 5.9 GHz wireless communications band that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the United States recently proposed to allocate for C-V2X enhanced surface transportation safety.

The C-V2X implementation in Virginia enables organizations and stakeholders to test the benefits of two specific use cases where C-V2X will play an integral role—work zones and roadside worker safety and traffic signal information. While there are many more applications that can emerge from a C-V2X deployment, these are particularly compelling to project stakeholders, and set the stage for potential broad deployment.


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