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CAV - Connected Autonomous Vehicles
Connected and Autonomous vehicle (CAV) fleets are already roaming streets in many pilot projects around the world, and an abundance of automated vehicles will appear in the next decade. Commsignia is an enabler of such projects. Vehicles equipped with V2X onboard units can share sensor data with each other to increase safety and coordinate automated […]
A platoon is an autonomous and cooperative group of vehicles driving together while maintaining a minimal following distance. The first car is usually the platoon leader, and sets the inter-vehicle distance, driving speed, and platoon size by utilizing vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication technologies. The convoys can allow for increased road capacity, minimized traffic congestion, improved safety, […]
Time is the single most important variable for emergency response units. Vehicle communication is able to prioritize special vehicles by coordinating traffic lights at intersections and providing up-to-date traffic information for route optimization. V2X messages can warn other road users about the approaching emergency vehicles so they can prepare to give way in advance. Prioritization […]
Commsignia pays maximum attention to safety and security. New technologies often raise questions and doubts, and this is especially true for solutions that can affect the behavior of vehicles. Our security stack has shown outstanding performance during verification and ensures a high level of security. This integrated approach allows customers to work with a single […]
5G & EDGE
Wireless coverage is equally important for cell phone users and vehicle communications. The Telco industry and V2X suppliers can work together efficiently to provide coverage across the road network. Roadside units used in vehicle communication can house mobile network cells and also come with edge computing capacity to power low latency applications.
Various road users, typically pedestrians, cyclists and e-scooter riders, find themselves locked out of intelligent transportation systems due to a lack of vehicle-to-everything communications devices. However, they can be incorporated into these systems passively, through camera or sensory recognition, or by leveraging the newest technologies, such as ultra-wideband. Visit commsignia.com/vru for more details.
Commsignia is dedicated to use state of the art methods and standards to avoid and reduce not only risks from everyday travel but also when developing its products. Therefore, we have defined an ISO 26262 implementation roadmap to comply with automotive vehicles safety related requirements and create embedded safety in our products. We assure OEMs and end […]
Mining & Logistics
Vehicle-to-everything communication offers crucial services in closed ecosystems such as mines, logistic parks and industrial sites, where any downtime incurs huge costs. Commsignia’s V2X solutions offer dynamic fleet navigation services, sensor integration, vehicle prioritization, and important safety solutions to protect both pedestrian workers and heavy vehicles. Everything is based on standard V2X messages which work […]
Sharing sensor data with other vehicles is the second step of vehicle communications and is realized through so-called Day 2 applications. Collective Perception Messages (CPMs) are a good example of a Day 2 application. CPMs are a digital imprint of a vehicle’s environment sent over to nearby connected vehicles with very low latency. CPMs contain […]
Collective Perception Message
Roads become much safer when information is shared, even if not all traffic participants can communicate with others. Commsignia helped standardize the Collective Perception Message (CPM), an advanced Day2 service to distribute safety information between V2X-enabled vehicles. CPM provides an almost complete situational awareness. Obstacles become visible even when they are detected by a sensor […]