3rd November 2020

Barriers Facing the Builders of the Smart City

A series of challenges remain for the key technologies to an autonomous future, among them fast moving technological developments and lack of consumer understanding. Architecturally speaking, there should be...


14th August 2020

Dreams of ‘Free’ Electric Energy a Long Way Off

Since 2019 the term ‘self-charging hybrid car’ has been touted by most of the top automaker brands. With the future of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs), being electric the...

By Graham Jarvis


27th May 2020

An Integrated Approach Drives an Autonomous Future

At CES in January 2020, Qualcomm Technologies debuted the Qualcomm® Snapdragon Ride™ Platform, the company’s entry into the ADAS and autonomous vehicle market. Specifically, the platform is initially focused...



23rd March 2020

Leading Cyber-Security Company Latest Member of 5GAA

A South Korean cyber-security specialist is the latest company to join the 5G automotive lobby group, the 5G Automotive Association (5GAA). Autocrypt, that specializes in security operations for C-ITS...


23rd April 2019

5G Extracts More V2X Revenue From Consumers Than DSRC

Top spot as the future dominant technology in the connected car world is still uncertain as dedicated short-range communications (DSRC) and 5G LTE wireless slug it out. Yet, as...


27th February 2019

Geely Plans Launch of First 5G/C-V2X Cars

Chinese carmaker Geely plans to launch its first 5G and C-V2X enabled mass market vehicles by 2021. It is working on the technology with Qualcomm and the Gosunch Group...


7th November 2018

C-V2X’s Momentum in China May Drive Connected-Car Development

Demonstrations happening in China may point the way toward how cars will communicate with each other starting as soon as next year. Qualcomm Technologies announced November 5 that it...


5th November 2018

Ups and Downs of Gamers in Driverless Tech

Not long ago, some assumed graphics card maker Nvidia was set to be the dominant provider of autonomous vehicle platforms. Recent developments have thrown shade on that optimism, although...

By Eric Volkman


Ford Flies the Flag for C-V2X at Denver Demo
16th August 2018

Ford Flies the Flag for C-V2X at Denver Demo

Ford has demonstrated its cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) technology connecting one of its vehicles to road infrastructure and traffic data management centers. At a presentation in Denver, Colorado held in...


5th June 2018

Ford, Qualcomm, Panasonic Partner on C-V2X Launch

The backers of the C-V2X vehicle communications platform, which include Qualcomm, Ford and Panasonic, are preparing to roll out testing on Colorado roads this summer.


14th May 2018

5G Roars Ahead Thanks to NTT DoCoMo Race-Car Trials

In Japan, NTT DoCoMo is pushing the boundaries of car connectivity with 5G field trials that include vehicle's traveling over 100mph.


4th May 2018

Big opportunities in driverless for the big suppliers

Despite running into unexpected roadblocks, some believe the development of the self-driving car is moving into top gear. While, for example, Volvo has significantly scaled back its Drive Me...