The Hungarian based company, Commsignia will help put together the solutions of different companies for the CAM Testbed UK vehicle test tracks.
Zenzic, a company bent on revolutionising the autonomous vehicle industry now launched a news consortium of several renowned companies to start a V2X or vehicle communication project, Hvg reported.
The leader of the project is a Hungarian company, Commsignia. According to their website, “[t]he project, which is funded by the government’s Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV) and coordinated by Zenzic, will be led by Commsignia and will bring together UK expertise in V2X services. Partners include UTAC Millbrook and Horiba MIRA, both members of the world-leading CAM Testbed UK as well as Vodafone”.
The Chief Engineer of the Hungarian based Commsignia said that “We are delighted to be part of this multi sector group to look at and implement V2X services at our location and to other sites”.
According to Hvg, the plans of the consortium is to provide a system ready for testing by March 2022. The partaking companies hope that they can establish a proof-of-concept that would later serve as template for future standardised automobile industry standards.