Connecting cars: cellular vehicle-to-everything
Enable the introduction of innovative use cases for increased traffic safety and to enable automated driving
Nokia’s LTE CV2X solution combined with Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC), provides a viable and cost-effective solution that can already now accelerate the adoption of Vehicle-to-Everything communications on the way to 5G. Multi-Access Edge Computing provides value generator opportunities for telecom, automotive and road operators offering new use cases and reducing the end-to-end total cost of ownership.
Nokia’s 5G C-V2X solution establishes key 5G capabilities like network slicing, predictable connectivity and ultra-reliable low latency communication (URLLC) as enablers for improved traffic safety and cooperative, connected and automated mobility.
- 2015 Nokia, Deutsche Telecom, Continental and Fraunhofer institute demonstrated real-time communication between vehicles via the LTE Mobile Network on the A9 motorway in Germany
- In 2016 Bosch, Nokia and Deutsche Telekom set up a local cloud for accelerated exchange of information in time-critical accident situations
- Nokia Multi-access Edge Computing installed in China Mobile’s LTE network in collaboration with Continental and Fraunhofer
The definition and implementation of a cooperative, connected, automated mobility requires co-operation of key eco-system members from automotive and telecommunications industry. Nokia is a founding member of 5G Automotive Association (5GAA) where the eco-system works together to harmonize and accelerate the introduction of intelligent transport and communication solutions