Mobile Meetings Series: Implications of C-V2X for the mobile and automotive sectors
The connected vehicle market is one of the fastest growing segments of the Internet of Things. Common standards will underpin the ability of these technologies to create a single European market for connected and autonomous driving.
Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) is one such standard, which based on LTE, can connect vehicles to each other and to roadside infrastructure with extremely low latency, the capacity for high-speed use cases, and a global perspective as C-V2X will be deployed consistently across the world. A time of such intense sectoral transformation, requires a policy commitment to technology neutrality so that the market and users can choose the best option for future use. The mobile sector is very concerned about the Commission’s Delegated Act on C-ITS potentially excluding C-V2X by favouring a specific Wi-Fi based technology (known as ITS-G5).
This event is by invitation-only and will gather 20 selected key decision-makers and experts on the topic.
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Hosted in our offices, the Mobile Meetings Series are small scale – but big scope – invitation only events for the Brussels public policy audience.
Join us for a different take on the main issues affecting the mobile communications industry and its place in Europe’s information society.