Cohda Wireless partners with u-blox on V2X

July 10, 2020 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
Cohda Wireless partners with u-blox on V2X
Australian software company Cohda Wireless and Swiss wireless communication company u-blox have joined forces to attack the next generation of V2X solutions for the global Cooperative Intelligent Transport market. The aim of the cooperation is combining Cohda’s V2X software stack with u-blox V2X hardware, based on the DSRC/802.11 V2X standard.

Cohda Wireless and u-blox have a long-standing relationship. The u-blox chip enables wireless vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communication which has now been enhanced with Cohda’s hardware-agnostic software applications which are the most widely deployed in the industry, providing 360° awareness and detecting hidden threats beyond anything a driver or on-board sensors can see.

Cohda Wireless Chief Engineer Fabien Cure said that the partnership offers the market an advanced V2X solution that will be of particular interest to Tier One’s, OEM’s and road authority suppliers. “In order to progress vehicle safety, OEMs need to produce vehicles that have embedded V2X wireless communication technology as a standard inclusion,” said Cure. “Likewise, cities around the world are preparing for the introduction of wide scale cooperative intelligent transport systems.”

Cohda claims to be the only supplier to have its V2X software feature in production vehicles, namely GM and Volkswagen. “Connectedness is the key to safer roads and highways around the world and a technology solution of this calibre is an enabler of further trials and development in this sector that we warmly welcome,” added Mr Cure.

Cohda’s software products are applied in more than 60 percent of all V2X field trials in the world today in compliance with US Federal Communications Commission and European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) standards.

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