Cellular V2X

Gaining momentum and broad ecosystem support.

As automotive technologies continue to advance and cars become increasingly autonomous, the global support and momentum surrounding the development of C-V2X technologies continue to build with an unprecedented level of collaboration between the automotive and telecom industries.

Driving standards

C-V2X standard completion in March 2017, as well as, reusing established service and app layers defined by automotive and standards communities, e.g. ETSI, SAE.

Ecosystem support

Broad ecosystem support, including 5GAA, a cross-industry consortia that helps define 5G V2X communications.

Washington DC Automotive C-V2X Showcase

May 16, 2018


Global automakers
Tier 1 suppliers
Cellular module manufacturers
Global software suppliers
System integrators

“Qualcomm Technologies’ anticipated 9150 C-V2X chipset serves as a major milestone in paving the road for 5G and safer autonomous driving. As C-V2X continues to serve as an essential ingredient for enhanced safety for next-generation vehicles, Qualcomm Technologies’ 9150 C-V2X chipset will certainly help accelerate the adoption and deployment of C-V2X technologies.”

 - Dr. Thomas Müller, Head of Electrics/Electronics, Audi

“The continued advancement of cellular technologies into 5G is a necessary part of connected, cooperative and autonomous vehicles that will be able to support BMW Group´s vision of the car of the future. As our cities and lives continue to become more connected, C-V2X is a natural solution to both deliver direct and network-based communications to fulfill a growing set of safety and informational use cases respectively, and Qualcomm Technologies' announcement reflects the automotive industry's acceleration to commercialize C-V2X technology with meaningful progress toward vehicle integration starting in 2019.” 

 - Maik Böres, Head of Future Mobilty Team, BMW

“Ford is committed to V2X communications and sees it as a critical technology to improve vehicle safety and efficiency. We welcome Qualcomm Technologies’ cellular-V2X product announcement, as the automotive industry and ecosystem work towards C-V2X implementation, and pave the path to 5G broadband and future operating services.”

 - Don Butler, executive director, Connected Vehicle and Services at Ford Motor Company

“We are pleased to see C‐V2X gaining momentum and broad ecosystem support, and how Qualcomm Technologies has helped the automotive industry make great strides in bringing this to fruition, including the announcement of the 9150 C-V2X chipset. Groupe PSA is strongly involved in the 5G standardization and trials and has great expectations on 5G as an enabler for the connected and autonomous vehicles. C‐V2X and its strong evolution path to 5G will serve as a key enabler for new mobility services. Groupe PSA will evaluate this technology, with Qualcomm Technologies’ support, to adopt for our cars.”

- Carla Gohin, Senior Vice President, Head of Innovation at Groupe PSA

"SAIC has always attached great importance to the development and application of new technologies. It is actively promoting the commercialization of new energy vehicles and internet-connected vehicles, and the development of autonomous vehicles. As vehicles become increasingly intelligent, it’s critical that our vehicles are equipped with premium-tier technologies to provide seamless communication between the vehicle and the roadway and beyond. We deem C-V2X technologies as the best choice, and look forward to utilizing these technologies in V2X. We admire the efforts Qualcomm Technologies has made and believe that the planned commercialization of their 9150 C-V2X chipset will accelerate the development of next-generation intelligent and connected vehicles."

 - Dr. Liu Fen, Director of Intelligent Driving, Research & Advanced Technology Department of SAIC

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