Development of connected vehicles is progressing steadily. The U.S. Department of Transportation is advancing DSRC-based connected vehicle technologies through pilot deployments, sponsorship of testing and certification programs, and proposed rulemakings; standards are under development which will harmonize product design and manufacturing; technologies are evolving that enable V2X communications which will push the bar of the consumer experience of connected cars. The Federal Communications Commission is also considering proposals for spectrum sharing in the 5.9 GHz band that could have an impact this vision for DSRC vehicle safety applications.
We are in the midst of this ecosystem’s evolution. To better understand the debates, risks and business opportunities, join us for this webcast which will discuss:
• USDOT Connected Vehicle Pilot Program
• U.S. and European approaches to V2X communications, and spectrum sharing
• The Federal Communications Commission spectrum sharing proposal for the 5.9 GHz band
• The upcoming Department of Transportation DSRC Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
• DSRC communications technology
• LTE-V communications technology
• Next Generation Certification Programs for Connected Vehicles
• And other related topics.
Joining us to discuss these issues are:
- Jason M. Conley, Executive Director, OmniAir Consortium | OmniAir Certification Services
- Jim Lansford, Director, Technical Standards, Qualcomm; Chair of the Automotive and DSRC Committees, Wi-Fi Alliance
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