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Press releases

In a press release, the CAR 2 CAR member Toyota has recently announced to begin deploying 5.9GHz Dedicated Short-Range Communications (DSRC) in Toyota and Lexus branded vehicles in the USA starting in 2021. At the same time, Toyota encourages all automakers to adopt DSRC in the USA. The CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium very much appreciates this initiative as it makes use of a hardware platform for C-ITS in Europe and USA.

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IEEE has setup a new Study Group in IEEE802.11 on Next Generation Vehicular (SG NGV). The CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium supports a backward compatible evolution of the V2X communication. The Consortium sees this initiative as a strengthening of the international cooperation that aims on harmonisation of a common hardware platform for C-ITS – not only for the initial deployment, but also in the long term. This platform for C-ITS ad-hoc communication is based on IEEE 802.11p, in Europe known...

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Initial deployment of wireless Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communication based on the ETSI ITS-G5 standard (IEEE 802.11p) will start next year in Europe. For enabling next innovations towards cooperative automated driving, the CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium has established a dedicated working group on functional safety in December 2017. During the CAR 2 CAR Week in March 2018 the new functional safety group aligns its work programme with the other technical...

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The deployment of ITS-G5 (a.k.a. IEEE 802.11p and pWLAN) has already started and several vehicle manufacturers are in their commercialization phases, where VW has officially announced its launch of pWLAN in 2019. Renault and PSA will equip 1000 vehicles each with 802.11p technology within the pre-deployment project SCOOP@F already at the end of 2017. Further, PSA’s and Renault’s approach uses two frequency channels out of the three existing ones in the 5.875-5.905 GHz band. In the near term, a...

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The CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium and the C-Roads Platform have just signed a Memorandum of Understanding for enabling a close cooperation between the automotive industry, road authorities, and road operators for preparing the deployment of initial cooperative ITS services across Europe by 2019. Short-range wireless communication from Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I) – based on the ITS-G5 standard (IEEE 802.11p) – represents together with hybrid communication...

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Pictures

Signing Ceremony of MoU between C2C-CC and the C-Roads Platform

Illustrations of C-ITS services

Videos

29 of January 2018

Interview with Niels Peter Skov Andersen, General Manager of the C2C-CC, published by ACEAeu

21 of October 2012

Cooperative Mobility Demonstration 

14 of April 2011

Approaching Motorcycle Warning

14 of April 2011

Emergency Vehicle Warning

14 of April 2011

Warning lights on

14 of April 2011

Warning of Roadworks