Tech Monitor: How Vehicular Communications Will Make Roads Safer and Cleaner

Tech Monitor: How Vehicular Communications Will Make Roads Safer and Cleaner

Calil Queiroz, regulatory engineer at Access Partnership, has written for Tech Monitor to discuss why the car horn may soon be a thing of the past.

“Vehicular communications – put simply, wireless communication between vehicles as well as road infrastructure – could create that world and paired with autonomous vehicles, revolutionise the transportation and mobility industries.”

Read the article here.

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