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01 11 2017 03

DETROIT — Ford Motor Co. is partnering with Qualcomm, AT&T and Nokia to test cellular modems that can connect vehicles to each other and roadside infrastructure to help navigate in bad weather or construction zones.

The tests — billed as the first of their kind in the U.S. — will take place later this year near San Diego, Ford said Tuesday. Similar tests have taken place in Europe.

The technology, known as cellular-V2X, is meant to connect vehicles with traffic lights, roadside beacons and other vehicles to share real-time information about the driving conditions around them. It's supposed to improve safety and help speed the deployment of self-driving vehicles.

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