Connected Vehicles

Avoid accidents, reduce congestion and be more efficient

Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) use both vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications - collectively called V2X - to enable cooperation between vehicles and road infrastructure to achieve improvements in the areas of safety, mobility, and the environment. The goal of Cooperative-ITS is to create wireless communications links between smart vehicles and between these vehicles and smart roads, in order to allow them to talk to each other and so avoid accidents, reduce congestion and be more efficient.

V2X Connected Vehicles will use several types of wireless connectivity – e.g. cellular, Wi-Fi, or DSRC.  Safety applications require the use of DSRC, and this is the focus of Cohda products today.  However there is growing interest in cellular and satellite radio communications for non-safety applications and Cohda is developing solutions for these also.

Vehicle-to-Infrastructure broadband connectivity
supporting safety and mobility applications


• Curve Speed Warning
• Red Light Violation Warning
• Security Certificate Updates
• Traffic Probe Snapshot
• Traveler Information Messages

Robust Vehicle-to-Vehicle connectivity supporting
safety applications

 Forward Collision Warning
• Intersection Collision Warning
• Emergency Electronic Brake Light
• Do Not Pass Warning
• Intersection Movement Assist