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Hyundai connects with Autotalks

Korea’s Hyundai Motor and Israel’s Autotalks (see here) are partnering to develop the next generation V2X chipset for connected cars.  V2X (Vehicle to external systems) technology improves vehicle and road safety, mobility and is vital for autonomous driving.

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Making motor racing safer

Two Israeli companies have partnered to provide technology to alert motor racing drivers to hazards on the circuit. Vehicle-to-everything chipset maker Autotalks and race car manufacturer Griiip showcased their system at the new motorsport park in Be’er Sheva, Southern Israel. … Continue reading

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Avoid hitting that motorcycle

I reported previously (here) on Israel’s Autotalks that warns vehicle owners of impending collision with hazards (other vehicles, people or objects).  Autotalks has just received $30 million of funding to help it equip more new vehicles with its life-saving chipsets … Continue reading

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Protecting pedestrians from cars

Vehicles equipped with the V2X chipset from Israel’s Autotalks (see Sep 2013) will soon “talk to” the OMEN system from China’s RoyalTek. OMEN alerts pedestrians, bicyclists, motorcyclists and people with disabilities when vehicles get dangerously close.

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Cars that talk to each other

(Thanks to Israel21c) Israel’s Autotalks is a world leader in vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication systems. The purpose of V2V systems is to cut the millions of road traffic deaths and injuries by warning drivers of impending hazards.

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