NoTraffic Adopted V2X Chipsets from Autotalks

10 June, 2019

NoTraffic’s platform is a network of sensors located at road intersections, to capture and fuse the data for the needs of Smart Traffic Management

NoTraffic from Tel Aviv and Palo Alto, California, has decided to adopt Autotalks’ V2X (Vehicle-to-Everything) chipset in its traffic management platform. The system is based on a network of plug and play AI sensors connected by V2I communication technologies. The company says that any signalized intersection can be transformed to a smart one in less than one hour. NoTraffic’s platform includes fusing various sensor data (camera, radar, V2X) at intersections working directly with a centralized system in the cloud to enhance traffic flow and road user safety.

“Projects equipping Road Side Units with V2X and cameras allow drivers and autonomous vehicles to get safety messages about dangers at intersections ahead of time as well as to optimizing the flow of traffic,” said Hagai Zyss, CEO of Autotalks from Kfar Netter, near Tel Aviv. Tal Kreisler, CEO of NoTraffic, said that the collaboration with Autotalks will allow to accelerate the deployment of the company’s platform.

“Establishing a communication channel between infrastructure and road users is crucial in order to make the roads safer and more efficient. Our system is already deployed in a number of locations in the US, and we are expanding to additional locations.” Autotalks’ deployment-ready, 2nd generation V2X chipset supports both DSRC based on 802.11p/ITS-G5 standards and C-V2X based on 3GPP release 14 and 15 specifications with embedded V2X cyber-security functionality. The chipset allows customers to easily toggle between DSRC and C-V2X communications.

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