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Applied Information is integrating alerts from its Internet of Things (IoT) connected traffic control devices and emergency vehicles into the Waze navigation app, thereby providing drivers, first responders and vulnerable road users with an additional layer of safety.
C-V2X backers at CES 2023 urged the FCC to move ahead to support the technology.
At CES 2023, Qualcomm’s (QCOM) all in on its auto business…. Qualcomm announced a number of R&D efforts tied to improving road safety and infrastructure. For example, the chipmaker has linked up with Applied Information, T-Mobile (TMUS) and Bellevue, Wash. to develop a cloud-connected pedestrian crosswalk.
Three voices blared simultaneously through my car’s speakers Monday morning in South End: One was my GPS directing me toward Krispy Kreme. Another was Taylor Swift and her new “Midnights” album. The third was the City of Charlotte’s new TravelSafely app.
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