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NI launches 5G wireless cellular technology

NI has recently launched the leveraging 5G wireless cellular technology to provide high bandwidth and low latency communication for Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communications.

NI has collaborated with S.E.A, an NI Alliance Partner, to help maximize the full potential of connected and intelligent mobility by providing a software-defined approach to help automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers validate the safety and efficiency of the cars.

NIAs the 3GPP standards evolve, including 5G NR capability with 3GPP Release 16 scheduled for 2020, a software-defined platform provides OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers the flexibility to adapt to the latest technology with minimum hardware and software changes.

 In a 2016 study, NHTSA estimated that safety applications enabled by V2V and V2I could eliminate or mitigate the severity of up to 80 percent of non-impaired crashes, including crashes at intersections or while changing lanes.

By communicating intent and gathering data from other cars about their surroundings, V2X better informs both human and autonomous driving to improve reaction time and ease decision making in vehicle interactions like cross-traffic left turns and merging into traffic.

Using cellular technology for physical layer communication, C-V2X benefits from considerable investments in cellular communication, including 5G, and a vast ecosystem of technology. For this technology to work, contributors will need to standardize on communication, understand how systems from multiple vendors interact and characterize behavior in real-world scenarios.

“Vehicles equipped with V2X technology can give drivers and autonomous systems more time to react to dangerous situations,” said Gerd Schmitz, PhD, CEO of S.E.A. Datentechnik GmbH. “With S.E.A.’s long history of bringing new technologies to market, we recognized that research teams need to quickly understand the functionality and validate performance in a reliable and repeatable environment. Road tests are valuable, however, proving performance in the lab helps teams iterate faster and have higher confidence in the device operation under a broader set of scenarios, including hard-to-reproduce corner cases.”

Schmitz also recognized how NI’s approach to innovation enhanced his company’s processes. “By building on the NI plathttps://www.bisinfotech.com/wp-admin/admin.php?page=wpcf7form, we were able to accelerate our development by focusing on the critical V2X IP and the drive scenarios in which these systems will operate. This has enabled us to release C-V2X tools early in the design cycle to help research teams have higher confidence in their device performance and make the right recommendations to their internal customers.”

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