Continental, among the leading automotive suppliers worldwide, and
The multi-mode shark-fin shaped antenna incorporates on-board V2X antenna and electronics, along with GPS and LTE antennas in a challenging small footprint and highly integrated RF circuit.
The antenna, powered by Autotalks mobility optimized modem, reached unprecedented V2X communication measured range. Around 2km range at unobstructed area, and more than 1.5km range in the German Autobahn (with over 90% packet delivery rate) when differential vehicles speed is nearly 350km/h, while using 20dBm transmission power.
Autotalks CRATON (ATK4100) V2X communication processor and PLUTON (ATK3100) V2X RF transceiver comprise a series-production-ready chipset offering, already available for development and integration.
It allowed Continental and
Autotalks V2X software is running ThreadX real-time operating system (RTOS). ThreadX meets MISRA coding guidelines and has been certified by SGS-TÜV Saar for use in safety-critical systems, according to IEC-61508 and IEC-62304. In comparison to existing Linux based prototypes, Autotalks V2X software represents a major step forward in matureness and reliability.
“Autotalks played a key role in supporting
“Continental sees V2X communication as one of the key technologies for future mobility services”, said Mr.
Autotalks enables the vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication revolution by providing automotive qualified VLSI solutions, containing the entire ECU functionality. The unique technology of Autotalks addresses V2X challenges: communication reliability, communication security, positioning accuracy and vehicle installation. Autotalks is committed to providing a standard compliant solution toward connected cars series production from 2015 on.
Autotalks is a privately held company with strong venture capital backing.
For more information, visit http://www.auto-talks.com.
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