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19 09 2017 02

The 5G Automotive Association (5GAA) has called on the European Commission (EC) to allow stakeholders to work collaboratively toward an agreement on the next-generation cellular technology, while warning against a ‘premature and cumbersome legislative decision’.

Since its launch a year ago, over 50 industry leaders from the automotive, technology and telecommunications industries have teamed up in 5GAA to accelerate cellular–vehicle-to-vehicle/infrastructure (C-V2X) technology development and its evolution to 5G-V2X for enhanced safety, automated driving and connected mobility.

The association is encouraging the automotive, technology, and telecommunications industries and the EC to be ambitious when evaluating technologies for connected, autonomous vehicles (CAVs), with 5GAA confident that cellular communication technology has the most benefits when applied to the widespread introduction of connected, self-driving cars. 5GAA has provided its views to the Commission in a workshop and a letter with recommendations.

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