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Qualcomm nets C-V2X double first for connected car silicon in Colorado

Qualcomm has claimed a double first in Colorado in teaming up with Panasonic and Ford to trial Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) technologies over this summer. The project will assess C-V2X capabilities on roads firstly throughout Panasonic’s own CityNOW headquarters in Denver, followed by deployments in select areas along the state’s portion of the Interstate 70 (I-70) transcontinental highway in the US. This extends an earlier project between the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and Panasonic. This marks Qualcomm’s first sortie into connected car silicon and also claims this is the first deployment of C-V2X technology in the US, even though at this stage it is just on trial. From CDOT’s point of view this is also an opportunity to compare C-V2X…

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