V2V Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications May Prevent Self-Driving Car Crashes

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Recent Tesla AutoPilot Accidents Highlight Need for V2V. Ultimate V2V Domain Name Portfolio Announces Premium Listings to Promote this Technology.

Vehicle-to-Vehicle communication, also known as V2V, is poised to gain wide-scale adoption in coming years. This technology has the capability to prevent motor vehicle accidents and save thousands of lives annually according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Ultimate V2V Domain Name Portfolio, a Long-Island based company, has announced the listing of its premium domain names that will help promote this technology which allows cars to "talk" to each other and relay data about speed, location, and direction they are heading.

With the inevitable mainstream introduction of autonomous vehicles, V2V will play an important role in providing a layer of redundancy that will make those vehicles safer. For example, in May of 2016 there was an instance where a Tesla vehicle in AutoPilot mode did not recognize a white tractor trailer against the bright sky and crashed into it. The accident happened on a Florida state highway and resulted in the death of the driver of the Tesla Model S. More recently, on May 11th of this year another Tesla Model S, this time in Utah, crashed into the back of a fire truck at 60 MPH. The driver luckily escaped with only a broken ankle. The driver stated to police that the AutoPilot feature was engaged at the time of the crash. The NHTSA has opened an investigation. In these two accidents, if the Tesla’s and the other vehicles they crashed into both had V2V installed the collision may have been avoided.

Occurrences such as these can also create a huge aftermarket demand for V2V to be installed in existing vehicles to make them safer. If the general public feels that there is even the slightest possibility that an autonomous vehicle can crash into them at any given moment, then they may feel more secure if V2V is retrofitted into their existing vehicle. Furthermore, perhaps governments around the world will mandate the installation of V2V in self-driving cars and the retrofitting of V2V in existing vehicles. This will certainly make roadways safer and speed the adoption of autonomous vehicles and intelligent transportation.

With the expected demand for this technology, annual worldwide sales will be in the billions of dollars. Marketing departments of large players in the industry are sure to be looking for any edge in this very competitive space. One such advantage will be in staking a claim to online real estate.

A list of premium domain names, all related to V2V communication, can be a boon to digital marketing initiatives. The Ultimate V2V Domain Name Portfolio contains over 100 domain names that can fulfill this objective including VehicleAwareness.com, V2Vinstaller.com, RoadsideEquipment.com, and V2Vretrofit.com.

Major players in the industry include auto manufacturers, suppliers, and venture capitalists such as Airbus Ventures, Alphabet's Waymo Division, Alrai Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Apple, Arada Systems, Arbe Robotics, Argus Cybersecurity, Aselsan, AT&T, Audi, Autoliv, Autotalks, Band of Angels, BMW, Bosch, Brandmotion, Changan, Cisco Systems, Civil Maps, Cognata, Cohda Wireless, Commsignia, Continental, Cortica, Cottonwood Technology Fund, Daimler AG, Danlaw, Delphi Automotive, Denso, DFJ, Discoperi, Draper Associates, Ericsson, eTrans Systems, FedEx, Fiat Chrysler, Ficosa, Fontinalis, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, HAAS Alert, Harada, Honda, Huawei, Hyundai, IBM, Innoviz Technologies, Intel, Intel Capital, Kapsch, Karamba Security, Kathrein Automotive, Kia, Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, Kymeta, Laird Technologies, Lexus, Magna International, Maniv Mobility, Marvell, Mercedes-Benz, Mitsubishi, Mobileye, Motus Ventures, NEA, Nexar, Nissan, Nokia, NTT CoCoMo, NVIDIA GPU Ventures, NXP Semiconductors, OnBoard Security, Oryx Vision, Panasonic, Peloton, Qualcomm, Qualcomm Ventures, Renault, RoboCV, Rokubun, SAIC, Samsung, Samsung Venture Investment, Sand Hill Angels, Savari, Shunwei Capital, Siemens, Sinovation Ventures, Softbank, Suzuki, Teraki, Tesla, Toyota, Trucks Venture Capital, Uber, U-blox, United Parcel Service, UPS Strategic Enterprise Fund, Valens, Veniam, Verizon, Volkswagen, Volvo, Xesol Technology, Y Combinator, Yokowo, Zoox.

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