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18 01 2018 01

Australian connected vehicle (CV) technology developer Cohda Wireless has announced the porting of its vehicle-to-everything (V2X) software stack on Nvidia’s Drive AI-based car supercomputer, and the fusing of V2X and surround vision target classification.

The integration of Cohda’s V2X software extends the abilities for vehicles to detect threats beyond line-of-sight, for example those around blind corners, over the crest of hills, and behind large trucks. Cohda has been involved in vehicle trials since 2006, and now 60% of global V2X trials use the company’s technology.

Deployments of its technology have included the world’s first production vehicles, tough underground mining environments, major commuting projects, pioneering truck platooning initiatives, and smart city programs to combat congestion. V2X, which incorporates vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) and vehicle-to-pedestrian (V2P) communications is widely regarded by automotive and urban planners as a necessary technology for safer, less congested roadways and an essential stage for the eventual widespread deployment of autonomous vehicles.

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