Australian scientists have made a breakthrough in cooperative perception tests, showing that CAVs can now see hidden pedestrians, even through buildings.
The Ipswich Connected Vehicle Pilot sees hundreds of cars fitted with technology to allow them to communicate with each other and with road infrastructure.
Cohda Wireless has used its V2X-Locate technology in a demonstration of its capability in truck platooning.
Cohda Wireless’ MK6C Evaluation Kit is its latest hardware release, with hopes it will see V2X as OEMs’ tech of choice in the connected vehicle space.
iMOVE partner, the Adelaide-based Cohda Wireless, will supply some of its V2X-Locate technology to a test bed in central Berlin.
Cohda Wireless has joined the TMR and iMOVE project ‘CAVI 500-vehicle C-ITS Field Operational Test’, supplying tech for V2V and V2I communications.
An interview with Cohda Wireless CEO, Paul Gray, in which he tells us what his company does, and his thoughts on connected and automated vehicles.
Cohda Wireless ran a live test in the Adelaide CBD of its V2X-Locate technology, helping two connected, driverless cars navigate and communicate.
Development of a general framework for cooperative data fusion, integrating data coming from vehicles and infrastructure.
Cohda Wireless has presented a smart streetlight system concept, and its C-V2X software development kit, at the ITS World Congress 2018.
In a 3-month trial more than 100 heavy vehicles in Sydney will communicate with traffic lights, with the aim of reducing traffic congestion.
Flinders University’s FLEX is a 5-year, $4 million electric driverless shuttle project, initially around Adelaide’s Tonsley Innovation Precinct.
Cohda Wireless’ new V2X-Locate can position vehicles to within sub-metre accuracy, even in scenarios without any GNSS signals.
Follow the week’s news and events from iMOVE at the ITS World Congress 2017, in Montreal.
South Australia, Telstra, and Cohda Wireless have hosted a test of vehicle to pedestrian technology, as part of Telstra’s Vehicle-to-Everything project.
A prototype system making use of wireless vehicular communication is looking to ensure that road users see when a motorcycle is nearby on the road.