When the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) gave the green light to C-V2X deployments, we scheduled a webinar to share our knowledge about C-V2X deployments and answer questions on how to best proceed.
We are here to help with C-V2X deployments.
Our webinar featured our CTO, Laszlo Virag, and Greg Horvath who discussed everything about C-V2X deployments. From design and implementation through to the C-V2X waiver process. From possible problems to guaranteed solutions, their hands-on experience in large-scale deployments are a great reference point.
Here’s what we covered:
- The FCC C-V2X waiver process and technical details
- How carmakers deploy C-V2X
- Deployment strategies for smart cities
- Transit Signal Priority at intersections for urban fleets
- Green Light Optimal Speed Advisory for automotive solutions
- Vulnerable Road User protection with smart sensor integration
You can watch the whole webinar below:
About the panelists
László Virag has more than 15 years of experience in the field of cooperative vehicle communication and ITS applications. He gained significant experience in this field at the Institute of Computer Science and Control of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, where he worked on automotive communication protocols and participated in several prototype projects related to vehicle communication. In 2012, he co-founded Commsignia, building its expertise and business unit for smart cities. After his previous roles as CTO and CEO, he has been responsible for the strategic leadership, investor relations and shaping the vision of the company since 2023 as Executive President & Chief Technology Officer.
Greg Horvath joined Commsignia shortly after its start, coming from a mobile infrastructure company. He graduated from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics specializing in embedded systems. Since joining Commsignia, he has been working with many customers from the EU, USA and APAC regions as a pre sales engineer, working closely with our sales team and customers remotely and on-site.