Autotalks, a Vehicle-to-Everything
(V2X) chipset market pioneer solutions has
been selected by HARMAN International,
a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., focused on connected
technologies for automotive, consumer and enterprise
markets, to provide the V2X chipset for its Telematics platform which is being
showcased at CES 2019.
second generation chipsets, which were selected, are mass-market ready and
support both DSRC and C-V2X direct communications (PC5 protocol).
At CES HARMAN is
showcasing its telematics platform with C-V2X capabilities. The live
demonstration will show a vehicle communicating with a motorcycle using C-V2X
direct communications, where the Autotalks chipset is used in both.
solution consists of a modular TCU (Telematics Control Unit) accommodating a
cellular NAD (Network Access Device) side by side Autotalks’ second generation
chipset providing C-V2X capabilities. Autotalks C-V2X capabilities consist of a
3GPP compliant PC5 modem, with dual antenna and diversity for both transmission
and reception, as well as an optimized closed-loop remote antenna solution for
the highest radio performance.
proud to work with HARMAN on their TCU with our secure and deployment ready
C-V2X solution,” says Hagai Zyss, CEO of Autotalks. “We are excited
to have our chipset inside HARMAN’s Telematics platform and to demonstrate the
flexibility and maturity of our global V2X solution which has been chosen for
series production by leading automakers.”
HARMAN, we will achieve deployment readiness before the mass-commercialisation
of C-V2X in China and elsewhere.” adds Zyss.
pleased to showcase Autotalks’ C-V2X capabilities in our Telematics platform at
CES 2019,” says Mike Peters, president, connected car division at HARMAN.
“The Autotalks chipset provides us with the flexibility, security and
performance needed in today’s worldwide market for telematics and V2X.”
chipset is currently available for customer and partner demonstrations.