NXP Semiconductors, the world's largest supplier of automotive semiconductor solutions, is once again demonstrating its latest innovations for enabling securely connected, self-driving cars at this year’s ITS World Congress Montreal.
Participants have the opportunity to experience NXP technology in two ways - first, with a visit to the NXP booth to experience the latest NXP solutions for the ITS market. A highlight of the showcase is the latest generation of its Roadlink V2X solution.
The Roadlink SAF5400 is the world's first automotive qualified, high-performance single-chip DSRC modem. Its scalable architecture and new industry-leading security features offer OEMs flexible options for cross-regional secure V2X adoption and field upgradeability. With more than one million test days to date, NXP says the Roadlink platform is the secure V2X solution of choice.
Outside of the exhibit hall, NXP, along with its partners Siemens, Cohda Wireless and Chemtronics, is featuring live demonstrations for a range of ITS use cases as part of the virtual testbed on the streets adjacent to the Palais des Congrès.
Attendees who sign up to participate will ride in a vehicle designed to alert drivers in real time to hazards or current traffic or road conditions. Participants will also experience how a car without a GPS signal will receive accurate positioning information through DSRC, Radar and LTE technology.