Harman unveils V2X telematics system

Harman International, a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, has unveiled its Dual-Mode Vehicle to Everything (V2X) telematics system aimed at improving automotive vehicle safety. Harman says the system taps into dedicated short range communications and cellular 5G and cellular-V2X networks, removing the guesswork for setting up safety systems. Automakers can use the Dual-Mode V2X system to utilise over the air commands to select which of the two standards will be implemented on each vehicle, the compan
Location Based Systems / July 1, 2019
6328 Harman International, a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, has unveiled its Dual-Mode Vehicle to Everything (V2X) telematics system aimed at improving automotive vehicle safety.


Harman says the system taps into dedicated short range communications and cellular 5G and cellular-V2X networks, removing the guesswork for setting up safety systems.

Automakers can use the Dual-Mode V2X system to utilise over the air commands to select which of the two standards will be implemented on each vehicle, the company adds.

Ram Iyer, senior engineering director for Harman’s telematics business unit, says the solution “provides automakers with the true flexibility needed, in order to support both modes without having to have custom solutions for each standard”.

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