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V2X and Cooperative Mobility Use Cases
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.Continue
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Over fifty Enterprise Edition (EE) clients including DHL, Boeing, Volkswagen and GE piloted an enhanced and targeted version of Glass to boost quality and productivity, beginning back in early 2015. The EE team and glass model are distinctly separate from the consumer device. These projects have been under wraps, until this week and now broader market penetration could be possible.
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