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Low latency V2X communication is increasingly seen as a key enabler of advanced active safety, complementing ADAS with non-line-of-sight, medium range visibility. In the longer term, V2X, both Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I), will be a key enabler of Level 4 and Level 5 autonomous vehicles, as well as truck platooning, adding collective perception to the vehicle sensor fusion paradigm and heralding an era of cooperative mobility in smart cities.

Beyond vehicle use cases, the V2X paradigm is increasingly applied to cross vertical IoT synergies like Vehicle-to-Home (V2H) and and Vehicle-to-Grid (V2H). V2X will evolve into an IoT-like, ubiquitous, cross vertical connectivity and application paradigm, far beyond the initial narrow scope of vehicle safety and the IEEE 802.11p protocol. This presentation provides a detailed overview of V2X use cases per category, its relevance for short- and long-term automotive transformations, and a selective sample of representative case studies. 

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction and Executive Summary
  • V2X Definitions and Classification
  • V2X Requirements and Specifications
  • V2X Standards
  • V2X Strengths and Benefits
  • V2X versus ADAS Sensors
  • V2X and Automation
  • From Local to Collective Perception
  • V2X Use Case Categories
  • V2V Applications
  • V2I Applications
  • V2P Applications
  • V2X and Autonomous Driving
  • Truck Platooning
  • Personal Aviation and Airborne Mobility as a Service
  • Non-Safety V2X Applications
  • V2G Applications
  • V2H/H2V Applications
  • V2X and Smart Cities
  • China Mobile and Huawei: V2I
  • Audi V2I Traffic Light Information (TLI)
  • Toyota ITS Connect
  • SK Telecom and BMW
  • GM Cadillac: V2V
  • Nissan: V2G
  • Hyundai: V2H
  • Platooning
  • Goodyear Smart Tires and V2X