Connected autonomous vehicle software company Cohda Wireless says it has demonstrated how the use of its technology can prevent accidents on city streets where the presence of tall buildings on either side make them into so-called "urban canyons".
Australian connected autonomous vehicle technology company Cohda Wireless has released a claimed world-first vehicle positioning system that it says eliminates GPS blackspots that exist in so-called “urban canyons” between high-rise buildings.
Adelaide-based connected autonomous vehicle technology company Cohda Wireless has opened an office in Shanghai aimed at supplying China’s rapidly developing markets for Smart Cities and autonomous cars.
Former Bosch US executive, Andrea Ash, has joined Australian connected autonomous vehicle technology company Cohda Wireless, as it aims to accelerate its growth in global automotive, mining and smart cities markets.
South Australia’s connected vehicle tech company Cohda Wireless is supplying its dedicated short-range communications solutions for Cadillac cars sold in the US and Canada.
South Australia's global connected car technology company, Cohda Wireless, has received $2 million in funding from the South Australian Government to test autonomous driving solutions on streets and highways in Adelaide.
Telstra and Cohda Wireless have "successfully trialled Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) technology over Telstra’s 4G network in South Australia" on the way to V2X tech.
A team of students from the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands is undertaking a round-the-world trip on electric motorbikes equipped with vehicle communication technology from Adelaide-based Cohda Wireless.
Britain’s Jaguar Land Rover has used Cohda Wireless’ Australian-developed connected vehicle systems in a pioneering research project to enable future autonomous cars to drive over any surface or terrain.
The Telecommunications Association, TelSoc, is holding its third annual Henry Sutton oration in Melbourne today with Professor Alex Grant — an ex-academic and, like Henry Sutton, a serial inventor — giving this year’s oration.
Connected Vehicle technology, also known V2X (vehicle to everything), enables connected cars to interact vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) or vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I).
South Australia's global connected car technology company, Cohda Wireless,has announced a new 360-degree sensor, or radar, for driverless cars that it says complements and enhances traditional sensors, allowing driverless cars to ‘see’ the world even better than before.
Global electronics giant Siemens and Australia’s Cohda Wireless are collaborating in the area of Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I) technology encompassing car-to-car and car-to-infrastructure communications.
Connected vehicle specialist Cohda Wireless has appointed Bernd Luebben as its vice president of business development.
Adelaide-based global connected vehicle technology leader Cohda Wireless is poised to become a major beneficiary of a US Department of Transportation decision to green light ‘talking cars’ on American roads.
Australian car safety pioneer Cohda Wireless says it is ready to move to deployment of its ‘C2C’ technology, following investments from Cisco and NXP Semiconductors.
Cisco and NXP Semiconductors have both taken equity in Adelaide based Cohda Wireless, a company that has developed leading edge wireless technology designed to enable motor vehicles to avoid collisions with others.
Cohda Wireless, an Adelaide based company that has developed WiFi based collision-avoidance technology for motor vehicles, has appointed Fabien Cure as its chief engineer and says it will soon open offices in the US and Europe to meet customer development needs.
Technology developed by South Australian company Cohda Wireless is playing a key role in a year long trial in the US that uses in-vehicle WiFi and smart technology to monitor the position and velocity of nearby vehicles, predict potential collisions and pre-warn the drivers.
Imagine having technology in your car that can communicate with every other vehicle in your vicinity, figure out if you are on a collision course with any of them and warn you in time to avoid an accident. It's real, it's Australian and it's being trialled in South Australia.
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