V2X IN DANGER: How the FCC’s 5.9 GHz Proposal Threatens Transportation Safety

Imagine if your vehicle could actually “see” the bicyclist coming around the corner, out of view, before you did. Imagine if your vehicle got an alert from the roadway indicating there is dangerous ice ahead and to reduce speed. Imagine if your vehicle got a notice of an airbag deployment seven cars ahead on the highway due to a crash, allowing you to safely brake in time and avoid a vehicle pileup. Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) technologies can do all of that and more.

Read ITS America’s newest one-pager, a brief summary of what will likely fit and what will likely be lost should the FCC move forward with its proposal.

If you missed our “The Future of V2X: 30 MHz Application Map” Webinar, you can access slides and a recording of the January 27th event here.