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January 10, 2020 feels like six years ago. That actually was just over a year ago when the coronavirus seemed like some foreign subject in the “international news” section. But the dreaded COVID-19 had already washed in from the shining sea then and by mid-March, people swarmed to gather amber waves of grain (and white rolls of paper). Then most of the United States hunkered down, as the nation changed its approach to almost every facet of everyday life.

We’ve likely all been in this situation: You’re driving along when a stopped school bus appears around a bend. You quickly slow down because the children are our future and try to lower your pulse rate. Well, Audi and two partners, Applied Information and Temple, Inc., are working with the state of Georgia to bring cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) to school zones and buses using the 5.9-GHz cellular network.

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