Support superior communication via the connected car.

Improved V2X capabilities for safety and autonomous driving.

Our C-V2X solutions include vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I), vehicle-to-pedestrian (V2P), and vehicle-to-cloud (V2C) communication. Qualcomm® C-V2X solutions are integrated as a part of Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ Automotive Cockpit Platforms. Qualcomm® Aerolink™ solutions are designed to work with C-V2X as well as other short-range radio access technologies to provide security services.

Supporting next-gen vehicle-to-everything communications.

Sensitive safety systems

V2V communication technologies support safety systems with latency-sensitive collision avoidance capabilities, which can benefit drivers, passengers, bikers, and others sharing the road.

Connected to the road and infrastructure

V2I communications can help with improved safety, reduced congestion, enhanced mobility, and variety of other applications.

Improved driving experience

Support cloud-based security, information, entertainment, and connected car services with V2C communication. V2C helps handle virtually everything from firmware updates and security authentication to locating parking spots and securing reservations, with the potential to address vulnerable road user safety in the future.

C-V2X Virtual Summit 2020

On September 29th, Qualcomm Technologies hosted a C-V2X Virtual Summit featuring presentations, demos, and discussion from Qualcomm and a wide range of C-V2X product, technology, and industry experts to showcase the many ways cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) technology will help shape the future of transportation.

C-V2X VDOT Demonstration

Oct 2, 2020


C-V2X Resources

C-V2X has gained momentum with road infrastructure owner-operators, RSU and OBU suppliers and the automotive industry. These documents provide resource information and insight into the fundamentals of C-V2X.


C-V2X Showcase Infographic
Sep 30, 2020
C-V2X Congestion Control Study
Sep 8, 2020
C-V2X Drives Intelligent Transportation
Aug 5, 2020
Introduction to C-V2X
Oct 15, 2019
C-V2X Experimental License (User Guide)
Oct 15, 2019
C-V2X Technology Overview
Oct 15, 2019
C-V2X ITS Stack
Oct 15, 2019
C-V2X Technical Performance (FAQ)
Oct 15, 2019

C-V2X Commercial Devices

C-V2X technology featured on the Qualcomm 9150 C-V2X chipset is available in onboard units and roadside units from various vendors.

Onboard Units

Roadside Units

Building momentum with a supported ecosystem.

Defined driving standards

C-V2X radio access standards were completed in March 2017, along with established service and app layers as defined by automotive and standards communities such as ETSI and SAE.

Supported across the transportation ecosystem

C-V2X has received broad transportation ecosystem support from entities including the 5G Automotive Association (5GAA)—a cross-industry consortium that helps define 5G V2X communication.

BMW Qualcomm CES Demonstration Video



CV2X CES Scalability 14C



CV2X CES Auto Demonstrations



5GAA Turin



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