Clarkston, Michigan (PRWEB) September 02, 2014
Autotalks, the leading provider of integrated V2X chipset for vehicle safety and mobility applications, will present its solution in Booth #2905 at 21st ITS World Congress 2014 (September 7-11, Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI), together with a dominant portfolio of customer modules.
USDOT NHTSA announcement and European market activities sent OEMs and Tier1s to seek for standard-compliant production-ready V2X solutions. Autotalks is harvesting its continuous obligation to offer an end-to-end V2X solution to customers, available now. The fully integrated solution allows smallest size design and lowest cost, while achieving highest communication and security performance.
Autotalks provides to customers a mature automotive-grade reference design which relies on CRATON (ATK4100) V2X Communication Processor and PLUTON (ATK3100) V2X RF Transceiver. Autotalks provides a complete software solution for V2X ECU, including ECU standard software integrated on CRATON multi-core technology. Autotalks follows AutomotiveSPICE development methodology and takes full ownership on V2X software integration and testing, providing customers a single point of contact and reduces development risk, cost and time.
Autotalks successfully completed multiple design cycles with customers and partners. Some of those will be displayed at Autotalks booth:
- Commsignia all-in-one RSU and OBU
- Continental/Kathrein intelligent antenna
- Ficosa retrofit ECU with integrated antenna
- INFAC Elecs shark-fin antenna and V2X ECU
- Laird intelligent antenna
- LG Innotek V2X ECU
- Mando V2X ECU
- UNEX/WNC/ITRI V2X single-box OBU and RSU
About Autotalks Ltd.
Autotalks enables the vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication revolution by providing automotive qualified VLSI solutions, containing the entire ECU functionality. The unique technology of Autotalks addresses V2X challenges: communication reliability, communication security, positioning accuracy and vehicle installation. Autotalks ready solution is used in series production units reaching the market from 2015 on.