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06 04 2018 01

Autotalks, a developer of V2X (Vehicle to Everything) communication chipsets, and the Israeli startup Griiip, which is developing a next generation single seater race car, have demonstrated the first motorsport Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) application on a racetrack.

As part of the demonstration, which took place on 15 March 2018 in a new motorsport park in Be’er Sheva, Israel, Griiip equipped all their G1 racecars on the track with Autotalks’ V2X solution, based on the CRATON2 chipset. According to the companies, the newly demonstrated motorsport V2V solution is set to eliminate a significant number of racecar accidents and casualties in professional and amateur racing.

The motorsport V2V solution understands when a racecar seriously endangers the safety of other drivers—for example when a driver loses control of the car and stops in a dangerous place on the track or when a car slows down unexpectedly. In such scenarios, an alert is immediately sent to all the drivers approaching the danger, in order to prevent a crash.

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