V2V


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V2VVirtual to Virtual (operating system migration)
V2VVehicle-To-Vehicle (communication)
V2VVendor to Vendor
V2VVideo-To-Video
V2VVienna to Venice
V2VVerilog to VHDL (VHSIC (Very High Speed Integrated Circuits) Hardware Description Language; command line tools)
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IntelliDrive research on applications will include V2V and V2I communications technology, real-time data capture and management, dynamic mobility applications, road weather management, and real-time information synthesis.
V2V, which stands for vehicle to vehicle, is a radical new system which allows vehicles to communicate with each other without any input from the driver.
VMware Converter's central management console enables easy management and scheduling of multiple P2V or V2V conversions.
V2V technology, developed by General Motors, enables vehicles to anticipate and react to changing driving situations and then instantly warns drivers with chimes, visual icons, and seat vibrations.
Toyota dealer groups in Southern California, Dallas, Minneapolis, and Philadelphia have contributed more than $500,000 to V2V nonprofits since March 2015.
There are a lot of different security modes, especially when you have communications protocols like V2V and V2I that are in the cloud," says Loh.
V2V communication relies on transmitting data via radio frequencies in a specific band.
With V2V communications, the vehicles must be able to communicate with each other, even in an urban setting where buildings prevent the drivers at an intersection from seeing each other," said Cohda CEO Paul Gray.
a world-leading innovator of digital signage and video/audio/control signal distribution and switching over UTP/STP and fiber optic cable, announces the release of three new additions to it's growing V2V family of video converters: V2V-C2V-01, V2V-AV2H-01, and V2V-H2V.
NHTSA has also teamed up with several automakers - including Ford, GM, Honda, Toyota, Hyundai Kia, Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen - to help ensure interoperability between different V2V systems.
When combined with existing products based on the R-Car platform, it enables bi-directional V2V and V2I communication of information that cannot be picked up using camera images or radio waves.
The auto industry's plans for V2V and V2I involve using comparatively little spectrum in a very valuable and efficient way, creating a system that can coordinate the movement of tens of millions of automobiles.