Volkswagen Car2Car technology coming in 2019

Volkswagen will introduce Vehicle-to-Vehicle technology in 2019

Yes, the day when your car will talk to infrastructure, inanimate objects, and other vehicles is quickly approaching. Mercedes-Benz and Cadillac have already begun to implement Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) technology, but Volkswagen will bring its own dedicated V2V technology to market in 2019. The... read more

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Ford Intelligent Vehicles preview

Ford Takes Its Talking Vehicles On The Road

While EVs and plug-in hybrids may be drawing most of the headlines these days, there's another tech development on the horizon that could bring bigger changes for drivers --... read more May 26, 2011 by

Department of Transportation vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) program

Six Cities Named For New Vehicle-To-Vehicle (V2V) Communications Trials

Vehicle-to-vehicle communication, V2V for short, is nothing new. In fact, automakers and governments alike have been working on the technology for the past several years... read more May 17, 2011 by

Department of Transportation vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) program

Dallas, Minneapolis, San Francisco Become Part Of DOT's 'Talking Car' Project

We all know about the growing popularity of collision avoidance systems. As recently as this week, we've even heard about developments on the autonomous car front. Problem... read more May 13, 2011 by

Ford's Oakville assembly line enables WiFi uploading of SYNC software

Smart Cars And The Need For Smarter Software

There were a couple of more interesting articles the past few days involving software in cars. Early last week, Markus Waibul over on the Automaton blog and I both wrote... read more February 3, 2011 by

Ford Intelligent Vehicles preview

Ford Previews Vehicle-To-Vehicle Tech At Washington Auto Show

The Washington Auto Show isn't known as the place for hot new concepts or production models, but it does have its share of future vehicle tech, and the latest from Ford... read more January 26, 2011 by


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