Home European Parliament allows Wi-Fi connected car standard to move forward
 

Keywords :   


European Parliament allows Wi-Fi connected car standard to move forward

2019-04-18 14:28:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) The European Parliament has dismissed objections from its transport committee over the European Commission's proposal for a connected car standard. This effectively opens up the way to the Wi-Fi based 802.11p standard for short-range communications to be endorsed by the EU for vehicle communications, as opposed to the Cellular-V2X (C-V2X) technology based on LTE and 5G and supported by the mobile industry. 

Tags: standard car forward move

Category:Telecommunications

Latest from this category

All news

23.08VMware to acquire Pivotal, Carbon Black for USD 4.6 billion
22.08Apple plans 'Pro' iPhone models in September, more new hardware by year-end - report
22.08Google stops Android sweet names in favour of numbering system
22.08Sunrise suspends Freenet board members, to push ahead with UPC takeover
22.08German gaming industry to grow 5.2 percent yearly until 2023 - PwC
22.08Sunrise grows service revenues, EBITDA 3% in Q2, sees higher synergies from UPC deal
22.08LG unveils new versions of mid-range K50 and K40 smartphones
22.08Nokia hires former Ericsson, Telia exec Sjoman as new strategy chief
Telecommunications »
23.08Electrical Functional AIT Engineer mfd
23.08G2G Spacecraft Operations Engineer
23.08Elektromechanische Fertigungsfachkraft mwd
23.08Electronics Design and Test Engineer mfd
23.08MicrowaveMmWave Technology and Equipment Engineer
23.08Study: no one knows which city has the highest concentration of PM2.5
23.08Volkswagen Group begins expanding EV charging points at its German sites; 4,000 by 2025
23.08Robert Allan and MTU partner to develop first LNG-fueled shallow-draft pushboat design
More »