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Global and China V2X (Vehicle to Everything) and CVIS (Cooperative Vehicle Infrastructure System) Industry Report, 2021

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  • 385 Pages
  • April 2021
  • Region: China, Global
  • Research In China
  • ID: 5323328
V2X and CVIS Industry Report: 5G V2X will be a Standard Configuration for Digital Cockpits

After months of debate, in November 2020, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted for allocation of 75MHz of the spectrum band (5.850-5.925GHz), which had previously been reserved for Dedicated Short-Range Communications (DSRC) services, to Wi-Fi and C-V2X uses, which means the US has given up DSRC and turned to C-V2X.

In 2021, China government has issued the 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-2025) for National Economic and Social Development and the Long-Range Objectives through the Year 2035, and the National Comprehensive Three-dimensional Transportation Network, indicating that in the 15 years to come, China should lead the world in intelligent connected vehicle (intelligent vehicle, autonomous driving, CVIS) by providing full coverage of spatio-temporal information service and transportation perception, and defining China’s “CVIS + autonomous driving” technology roadmap.

C-V2X technology is in the first phase of implementation, and OEMs tend to explore application scenarios.

In September 2020, the 5G Automotive Association (5GAA) worked out a C-V2X communication technology roadmap.

Based on the current 3GPP’s 5G technology release speed, global deployment of 5G technology, and automotive communication technology supply chain status, combining 5GAA’s prediction and the reality in China, we think the use of C-V2X technology will pass through the following three phases:

Having become available to mass-produced vehicles, C-V2X now depends on 4G LTE-V2X(R14, R15)technology to offer basic safety functions: LTE-V2X enables higher traffic efficiency and assisted driving safety, and will support other functions such as electronic brake light, left turn assistance, automated valet parking (AVP) in a parking lot, and remote-controlled driving.

In some low- and medium-speed automated driving scenarios (ports, mining areas, parks, etc.), LTE-V2X (R15, composed of 4G core networks + 5G base stations) works for vehicle infrastructure cooperation.

Based on NR V2X+5G Uu, achieve CVIS-enabled automated driving (R16-released in July 2020), R17-expected to freeze in mid-2022), with available functions including coordinated protection of vulnerable groups in traffic and cooperative automated driving on urban roads;

HD map data (static/semi-static and dynamic) and sensor data (camera, LiDAR, radar, etc.) can be broadcasted to nearby autonomous vehicles for assisted driving decision.

Beyond 2026:
5G NR V2X will be mature enough to be a standard configuration for highly automated vehicles. The combination of NR V2X and 5G eMBB allows for the sharing and collaboration of high-precision perception data between vehicles, and the collaborative interaction between vulnerable traffic participants. By 2029, it will enable collaborative traffic flow management and automated vehicle flow takeover on highways or at intersections.

In China’s case, the Cooperative Intelligent Transportation System, Vehicular Communication, Application Layer Specification and Data Exchange Standard (Day II), an association standard, started soliciting opinions in November 2020. Compared with the CVIS DAY I released in 2017, the CVIS Day II underlines the interactions between vehicles, infrastructures and pedestrians and makes the trend to “vehicle-infrastructure cooperation” technology clearer, which means more V2I scenarios will come out and roadside (edge end) capabilities will play a role.

Through the lens of the mass production of OEMs in China, the 17 typical use cases in the CVIS DAY I can already be seen in vehicles; for the typical Day II use cases, the formulation of recommended standards is underway, and development and commercialization is expected to be phased in in 2021.

For example, Ford China is testing “direct connection” mode-based V2I and V2V capabilities such as electronic emergency brake light (EEBL) and intersection movement assist (IMA), and will further integrate V2X with Co-Pilot 360 ADAS and push them to users over the air (OTA).

In future 5G V2X may be a standard configuration for digital cockpits

In the next several years, the stronger computing force of chips will come with much more rapid integration of digital cockpits and a disruption in conventional on-board units like T-BOX; smart cockpits that integrate with more functions including ADAS, V2X and cloud services will hold the trend. Qualcomm's third- and fourth- generation Snapdragon automotive digital cockpit platforms both combine C-V2X. In future, 5G V2X may be a standard configuration for digital cockpits.

V2X can fuse with on-board smart terminals like IVI system and T-BOX, as well as ADAS or autonomous driving platform. Tier1s and OEMs have been developing corresponding products. Specifically, C-V2X hardware products have the following forms:

C-V2X+T-BOX on-board terminals can integrate with such technologies and products as 4G/5G module, C-V2X module, CAN controller and GNSS. PATEO’s 5G C-V2X T-BOX packs Huawei MH5000 module. PATEO has partnered with Huawei closely in communication modules since 2009, with their cooperation extending from Huawei MU203 module at first to 4G, 4.5G C-V2X and 5G C-V2X; at the 2020 C-V2X Cross-industry & Large-scale Pilot Plugfest, the fleet co-built by PATEO, Huawei and BAIC completed dozens of scenario demonstrations like V2I (vehicle to infrastructure) and V2V (vehicle to vehicle) and showed applications, for instance, AR navigation, ADAS and lane-level HD navigation map.

The further integration of UWB / WIFI / Bluetooth keyless entry and other functional modules into all-in-one intelligent antennas already highly integrated with such as GNSS positioning module, 4G/5G and V2X may be taken into account. Honqqi E-HS9 launched in late 2020 carries the C-V2X intelligent antenna that is jointly developed with Neusoft.

“ETC+T-BOX+C-V2X” all-in-one terminals. An example is China TransInfo Technology Co., Ltd. which integrates automotive-grade ETC and C-V2X PC5 modules into the existing passenger car 4G/5G T-Box platform to connect ETC and V2X to vehicle navigation system and ADAS.

AR navigation and AR HUD technology will further enhance the fusion of ADAS, V2V and V2I communication technologies, becoming an important display interface for V2X. Mocha, a mass-produced model under Great Wall WEY, has carried Qualcomm 8155 cockpit chip, 5G+V2X and AR-HUD.

Autonomous driving DCU that fuse with C-V2X can serve as redundant sensors for autonomous driving. Qualcomm Snapdragon Ride hardware stack incorporates planning, positioning (Qualcomm Vision Enhanced) and perception (camera, radar, LiDAR, sensor fusion, C-V2X). V2X software supports ITS protocol stacks subject to SAE and ETSI standards, as well as third-party ITS protocol stacks.

In general, most of the current models spawned by OEMs adopt the technical solutions integrated with V2X module and T-BOX. At present, 5G+LTE-V2X+WiFi+GNSS functions can be integrated into one module priced at RMB2,000 or so.

In future, the price will have a further drop to RMB1,000 to RMB1,500, and those based on R16/R17 5G NR will be a bit more expensive. Optimists predict that China’s passenger car C-V2X OEM terminal market will be worth more than RMB10 billion in 2025.

In addition, in an age of software-defined vehicles, Tier1s can provide OEMs with road scenario tests, middleware (ITS protocol stack) and application layer development services and charge them development and license fees, while the value of pure protocol stack providers will be highlighted.

Foreign protocol stack providers are led by Cohda Wireless, Commsignia, Savari, MARBEN and Veniam; in China, typical players are Baidu Apollo, Neusoft VeTalk, Nebula Link and iSmartWays.

Samsung Harman’s buyout of the V2X software provider Savari in March 2021 and its early investment in Autotalks enable Samsung to offer complete V2X TCU software and hardware solutions in an age of 5G. Samsung 5G V2X TCU is to be mounted on BMW iX SUV at the end of 2021.

In China, Nebula Link, an ITS software stack provider rolls out V2X stack software protocols for conventional Tier1s, for example, offering communication protocol stacks and upper application algorithm software to vehicle V2X products of JOYNEXT, a subsidiary of Joyson Electronics, which have been applied to the mass-produced model platform of one OEM in China.

In addition, V2X modules of Morningcore Technology Co., Ltd. under China Information and Communication Technology Group Co., Ltd. (CICT) integrate with CWAVE II, Nebula Link’s C-V2X national standards-compliant protocol stack. 2 million sets of CX7101N, a full-stack software and hardware integrated solution for mass-produced vehicles jointly introduced by Nebula Link and Morningcore Technology, are projected to be used in the next five years.

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Table of Contents

1. V2X and CVIS Policy and Market Prospect
1.1 China’s V2X Industrial Policy Environment
1.1.1 China’s V2X Development Planning
1.1.2 The Value of V2X in China’s Automotive Industry Chain in the Future
1.1.3 Dynamic of China’s Long-term V2X and CVIS Policy
1.1.4 China’s V2X and CVIS Industrial Policies
1.2 Overseas V2X Industrial Policy Environment
1.2.1 Dynamic of Overseas V2X and CVIS Policy
1.2.2 The United States Abandons DSRC and Chooses C-V2X Instead
1.2.3 The ITS JPO Strategic Plan 2020-2025
1.2.4 Development of Collaborative or Connected Autonomous Driving in Europe and the United States
1.2.5 Application Demonstration of CVIS in Japan
1.2.6 V2X and CVIS Industrial Policy in the United States
1.2.7 V2X and CVIS Industrial Policy in Europe
1.2.8 V2X and CVIS Industrial Policy in Japan
1.3 Process of 3GPP and 5GAA 5G V2X Communication Standardization
1.3.1 Evolution from LTE-V2X to 5G NR-V2X
1.3.2 Difficulties for the Development of C-V2X
1.3.3 3GPP Officially Fixates 5G R16 Standard Specifications
1.3.4 3GPP R16 Further Improves 5G NR Millimeter Wave Energy Efficiency
1.3.5 Timetable of 3GPP C-V2X Standard Evolution
1.3.6 3GPP 5G R16/R17/R18 Technology Roadmap
1.3.7 The Fixation of 3GPP R17 Protocol is Delayed for Half a Year
1.3.8 5GAA is Committed to Promoting the Global Industrialization of C-V2X Technology
1.3.9 5GAA Deploys C-V2X Communication Technology Roadmap in Large Scale
1.4 China’s V2X Communication Standardization Process
1.4.1 Structure Diagram of National Telematics Industry Standard System Construction
1.4.2 Guidelines for National Telematics Industry Standard System Construction (Intelligent Transportation Standard System)
1.4.3 Guidelines for ICV Standard Construction
1.4.4 CSAE Releases LTE-based Vehicle-Road Direct Communication Standard
1.4.5 The 'Second Phase' Standard Defines the Advanced Version of V2X Scenarios after the First Phase is Realized
1.4.6 The Latest Progress of V2X Vehicle Side Standard Construction in 2020
1.4.7 The Latest Progress of V2X Communication Standard Construction in 2020
1.4.8 The LTE-V2X Core Technology Standard Has Been Basically Formulated
1.4.9 V2X Standards to be Formulated in the Next Stage
1.5 Smart Road Standardization Process
1.5.1 Three Stages of Intelligent Transportation Maturity
1.5.2 Intelligent Connected Road Classification and Definition by China Highway & Transportation Society
1.5.3 Intelligent Connected Road Classification and Definition: 'Perception, Decision-making and Control'
1.5.4 Key Technology and Infrastructure for China’s Smart Road Construction
1.5.5 Smart Road and Autonomous Driving Classification and Definition by Wanji Technology
1.5.6 Intelligent Connected Road Classification and Definition by China Intelligent Transportation Systems Association
1.5.7 Overall Industrial Framework of Smart Expressway Construction
1.5.8 Urban Road Transportation CVIS Industrial Framework
1.5.9 The Latest Progress in the Construction of V2X Roadside Standard in 2020
1.5.10 Status Quo of V2X Roadside Standard Construction
1.5.11 CVIS Autonomous Driving Standards Are Divided into Eight Categories
1.5.12 CVIS Autonomous Driving Standardization Process 2020-2022
1.5.13 CVIS Autonomous Driving Standardization Process 2022-2024
1.6 China’s V2X and CVIS Market Outlook
1.6.1 China’s Expressway V2X RSU Scale
1.6.2 China’s Intersection V2X RSU Scale
1.6.3 Roadside V2X Infrastructure Industry Scale
1.6.4 China’s C-V2X Terminal Equipment and Module Market size
2. Key V2X Technology, Business Model and Industrial Ecology
2.1 CVIS Industrialization Process
2.1.1 China’s 5G and V2X Promotion and Commercial Application Planning
2.1.2 CVIS Will Enter Three Key Stages
2.1.3 Development of CVIS Policy and Regulation
2.1.4 CVIS Technology Breakthrough
2.1.5 C-V2X Industrialization Planning (2019-2025)
2.1.6 2020 C-V2X 'New Four Crossings' & Large-scale Pilot Application Demonstration (crossing 'chip module + terminal + automaker + security + HD map and high-precision positioning')
2.2 Exploration of CVIS Business Model
2.2.1 Typical Telematics Business Model
2.2.2 CVIS Development Path and Model Exploration
2.2.3 Exploration of CVIS Scenario-based Application Modes
2.2.4 Exploration of Intelligent Roadside Infrastructure Deployment
2.2.5 Paid Scenarios and Modes of CVIS
2.2.6 Exploration CVIS Payment Modes
2.3 Key CVIS Technology to Be Broken through
2.3.1 Main Services Provided by V2X Network
2.3.2 Key CVIS Technology
2.3.3 Local Dynamic Map of CVIS Autonomous Driving
2.3.4 Smart Map Will Definitely be among the Standard Configuration of Smart Road Infrastructure
2.3.5 Integrated Application of Smart Map and CVIS Technology
2.3.6 Smart Map will Become A Key Factor in the Unification of Spatio-Temporal Benchmarks of CVIS Autonomous Driving
2.3.7 Smart Map is an Important Carrier for Exploring Service-Based Billing Modes of Smart Road
2.3.8 Autonomous Vehicle Certification and HD Map services Are Important Carriers of V2X
2.4 Market Opportunities and Industrial Ecology of V2X and CVIS
2.4.1 Market Opportunities of V2X and CVIS 'Car, Road, Cloud'
2.4.2 Vendors That Participate in Large-scale Testing of C-V2X with 'New Four Crossings' in 2020
2.4.3 Vendors That Participate in 'New Four Crossings' in 2020
2.4.4 Ministry of Industry and Information Technology Announced 16 V2X Demonstration Projects
2.4.5 V2X Industrial Ecological Pattern: V2X Chipset
2.4.6 Traditional Cockpit Tier1 Suppliers Will Be Transformed into Highly Integrated Solution Suppliers
2.4.7 Highly Integrated Cockpit 5G V2X Computing Platform is the Development Focus of Qualcomm
2.4.8 Qualcomm’s V2X Development Platform
2.4.9 V2X Industrial Ecological Pattern: V2X Modem and Application Processor
2.4.10 CICT’s C-V2X Industry Chain Layout
2.4.11 V2X Industrial Ecological Pattern: V2X Module
2.4.12 Definition and Demand of C-V2X Module Architecture
2.4.13 Design of C-V2X Module
2.4.14 Development Mode of C-V2X Module
2.4.15 V2X Industrial Ecological Pattern: V2X Software Stack and Application Service Providers
2.4.16 C-V2X Protocol Hierarchy and Liabilities of OEMs and Tier1 Suppliers
2.4.17 V2X Industrial Ecological Pattern: Positioning Inertial Navigation and Map Services
2.4.18 HD Map and High-precision Positioning Deflection and Encryption
2.4.19'New Four Crossings' Adds the High-precision Positioning Application for the First Time, and the Spatio-Temporal Intelligence Empowers CVIS
2.4.20 V2X Industrial Ecological Pattern: V2X Test Verification Services and CA Security Services
2.4.21 Large-scale Demonstration and Verification of 'Technical Requirements for LTE-based Telematics Communication Technology Security Certificate Management System '
2.4.22 V2X Industrial Ecological Pattern: V2XTerminal Equipment Manufacturers
2.4.23 V2X Terminal Equipment Should Meet the Interconnection and Interoperability Test of the Full Protocol Stack
2.4.24 V2X Industrial Ecological Pattern: V2X Cloud Control, Cloud Computing and Networking Platform
2.4.25 Cloud Control Platform Demonstration Scenarios
2.4.26 V2X Information Vehicle-Cloud Secure Transmission Platform
2.4.27 51 WORLD Launched Car-Road-Cloud Collaboration
2.4.28 Neusoft VeTalk Vehicle-Road(Side)-Cloud Integrated Collaborative System
3. V2X Application Scenarios and Deployment
3.1 Three Development Stages of 5G C-V2X Application Scenarios
3.1.1 Maturity Quadrant of 5G C-V2X Application Scenarios
3.1.2 Typical Scenarios and Promotion of CVIS DAY I
3.1.3 17 Application Scenarios of CVIS DAY I
3.1.4 12 Application Scenarios Defined in CVIS DAY II and Promotion
3.1.5 Six Application Scenarios of CVIS DAY II
3.1.6 CVIS DAY III: Potential Application Scenarios of 5G NR-V2X Autonomous Driving
3.2 Automotive V2X OBU Deployment Strategy for Passenger Cars
3.2.1 OEM pre-installed C-V2X OBU Deployment Solution
3.2.2 C-V2X and T-BOX Merge to Form a New Telematics Smart Terminal
3.2.3 V2X BOX Will Become the Entrance to Vehicle Big Data
3.2.4 Roadmap of OEM V2X OBU Integration Strategy
3.2.5 Architecture and Planning of OEM V2X OBU
3.2.6 Parameters and Price of OEM V2X BOX Module
3.2.7 Highly Integrated C-V2X Smart Antennas Will Become a Key Development Direction
3.2.8 OEM “ETC+T-BOX+C-V2X”Terminal Product
3.2.9 AR HUD Will Become an Important Display Interface for V2X Information
3.2.10 Global C-V2X Module Shipments, 2020-2026E
3.2.11 China’s C-V2X OEM Market Size, 2020-2025E
3.2.12 China’s Passenger Car and Commercial Vehicle OEM V2X Price Trend and Market Size
3.2.13 AM V2X OBU Deployment Solution
3.3 5G V2X Planning and Mass Production of Passenger Car OEMs
3.3.1 China’s OEM C-V2X Deployment Plan
3.3.2 Overseas OEM V2X (DSRC and C-V2X) Deployment Plan
3.3.3 Five Functions of Changan Ford EDGE PLUS CVIS
3.3.4 Ford Realizes Rapid Deployment of V2I Based on Uu Interface
3.3.5 Ford CVIS Prioritizes Improving Traffic Efficiency
3.3.6 Ford CVIS Control Logic
3.3.7 Ford Will Expand V2I and V2V in 'Direct Connection' Mode
3.3.8 Application of C-V2X and CVIS of SAIC MARVEL R in 17 Scenarios
3.3.9 SAIC GM Buick GL8 Provides V2X Intelligent Transportation Technology Optional Package
3.3.10 8 Functions of SAIC GM Buick GL8 V2X
3.3.11 Hongqi E-HS9 Adopts C-V2X Smart Antenna Developed with Neusoft jointly
3.3.12 5G+V2X Scenario Functions and Upgrade Roadmap of GAC AION V
3.3.13 Three V2X Application Functions of GAC AION V
3.3.14 Hardware and Functional Configuration of C-V2X Production Models in China
3.4 Application Prospect of 5G V2X in the Field of Trunk Logistics
3.4.1 High-speed Trunk Logistics Will See Large-scale Commercial Operations around 2021
3.4.2 Application of 5G V2X and CVIS in the field of Trunk Logistics
3.4.3 Huaxin Antenna Provides 5G V2X Combo Antennas for Inceptio Technology’s L3 'Xuanyuan' System
3.4.4 Plus.ai’s Automotive Hardware Architecture: OBU V2X Automotive Computing Unit
3.4.5 Application and Architecture Design of 5G V2X and CVIS in Trunk Logistics
3.4.6 Application of 5G V2X and CVIS in Trunk Logistics Scenarios: Ramp-In
3.4.7 Application of 5G V2X and CVIS in Trunk Logistics Scenarios: Slope Information Prompt
3.4.8 Application of 5G V2X and CVIS in Trunk Logistics Scenarios: BVR
3.4.9 Application of 5G V2X and CVIS in Trunk Logistics Scenarios: Platooning on Expressway
3.4.10 V2X Can Assist High-speed Trunk Logistics Vehicles in ODD (Operational Design Domain)
3.5 Application Prospect of 5G V2X in the Field of Port Autonomous Driving
3.5.1 Port Commercial Vehicle Market Size
3.5.2 Application of 5G V2X and CVIS in Port Logistics
3.5.3 Application of 5G-V2X in Port Autonomous Driving
3.5.4 Port Autonomous Vehcile Intelligence +V2X Technology Frame
3.5.5 Application of 5G-V2X in the Port Operation of SAIC Hongyan Heavy Truck
3.5.6 Trunk’s Tianjin Zhigang 5G Autonomous Truck Operation
3.5.7 Westwell’s Port Remote Autonomous Driving Solution
3.6 Application Prospect of 5G V2X in the Field of Mining-use Autonomous Driving
3.6.1 Mining Truck (Road Dump Truck and Off-road Dump Truck) Market Size
3.6.2 Application of 5G V2X and CVIS in the Mining Field
3.6.3 EQ’s Mining Truck “V2X+Autonomous Driving” Solution
3.6.4 EQ’s Mining-use Autonomous Driving System
3.6.5 TAGE’s Mining Truck “V2X+Autonomous Driving” Solution
3.6.6 TAGE’s Automotive Domain Controller Integrated with 5G +C-V2X Multi-mode Communication Module
3.6.7 WAYTOUS’s Wireless Mining Truck “V2X+Autonomous Driving” Solution
3.6.8 WAYTOUS’s 5G+V2X Autonomous Mining Truck Project
3.6.9 CIDI’s Engineering Vehicle (Mining Truck) V2X Solution
3.7 Application of 5G V2X and CVIS in Park Logistics
3.7.1 CiDi (Changsha Intelligent Driving Institute) Ltd. Cooperates with Huawei and BYD in C-V2X and CVIS Autonomous Driving in Park Logistics field
3.7.2 C-V2X and CVIS Application Scenarios of CiDi (Changsha Intelligent Driving Institute) Ltd.
3.7.3 Autonomous Driving Transit Mode of FAW Logistics Commodity Vehicle
3.7.4 Baidu Apollo Park Autonomous Driving Solution
3.8 Application of 5G V2X and CVIS in Robotaxi & Robobus
3.8.1 Baidu Robot Taxi
3.8.2 Didi Autonomous Driving V2X and Remote Assistance
3.8.3 Didi Autonomous Driving V2X and CVIS Solution
3.8.4 CVIS Application: Urban Intersection Application
3.8.5 CVIS Application: Smart Bus Application
3.8.6 V2X+Smart Bus” Solution of CiDi
3.8.7 Three Bus Priority Solution of CiDi: TSP1.0, TSP2.0, TSP3.0
3.8.8 “V2X+ Smart Bus” Solution of Yutong Bus
3.8.9 Changsha Opens Road Smart Bus Demonstration
4. V2X Terminal and System Solution Providers
4.1 Genvict
4.1.1 Profile
4.1.2 ETC, RF and CVIS (V2X) Product Line
4.1.3 V2X Roadside Equipment
4.1.4 V2X Automotive Equipment
4.1.5 Technology Development Roadmap: From ETC to V2X
4.1.6 Promote the Large-scale Application of ETC in the Parking Lot and Non-inductive Refueling Market
4.1.7 C-V2X Solution Based on Technologies of Datang, Qualcomm, Huawei, etc.
4.1.8 CVIS Demonstration Cases
4.2 Wanji Technology
4.2.1 Profile
4.2.2 CVIS Product Line
4.2.3 CVIS Products
4.2.4 CVIS Demonstration Cases
4.3 Joyson Electronics
4.3.1 Profile
4.3.2 Development Strategy: Product Line Enriched by Overseas M&A
4.3.3 V2X Product Application
4.3.4 5G V2X Customers and Cooperation
4.4 Neusoft Group
4.4.1 Profile
4.4.2 V2X Business
4.4.3 V2X and CVIS Product Line
4.4.4 V2X and CVIS Product: V-Nex (CBOX)
4.4.5 V2X Product: VeTalk Vehicle-Road-Cloud Integrated Collaborative Platform
4.4.6 V2X Product: C-V2X Intelligent Antenna
4.4.7 Smart Communication Terminal (T-BOX)
4.4.8 T-BOX 3.0 Integrated with C-V2X
4.4.9 Frame Diagram of T-BOX 3.0 System
4.4.10 T-BOX Technology Roadmap
4.4.11 5G V2X Customers and Cooperation
4.5 TransInfo Technology
4.5.1 Profile
4.5.2 R & D System
4.5.3 In-depth Cooperation with Baidu in the Field of CVIS
4.5.4 Omni-T-based Global Traffic Solution
4.5.5 CVIS Demonstration Cases
4.6 Gosuncn
4.6.1 Profile
4.6.2 V2X Product Line
4.6.3 V2X Products
4.6.4 T-Box Products and Solutions
4.6.5 Intelligent 'Big Traffic' Layout
4.6.6 CVIS Demonstration Cases
4.7.1 Profile
4.7.2 Development History
4.7.3 V2X Product Line
4.7.4 V2X and CVIS Solution
4.7.5 V-Box
4.7.6 V2X Antenna Automotive Multi-mode Combined Antenna
4.7.7 RSU+
4.7.8 V2X Software Protocol Stack
4.7.9 C-DAS based on V2X Technology
4.7.10 VT-BOX
4.7.11 Software and Hardware Integrated Solution CX7101N
4.7.12 In-depth Participation in the Formulation of V2X Standards
4.8.1 Profile
4.8.2 Three Major V2X Products and Solutions
4.8.3 V2X Cloud Control Platform
4.8.4 Foreign Cooperation
4.9 CiDi (Changsha Intelligent Driving Institute) Ltd.
4.9.1 Profile
4.9.2 V2X Product Line Layout
4.9.3 'V2X+Smart Bus' Solution
4.9.4 Three Bus Priority Solutions: TSP1.0, TSP2.0, TSP3.0
4.9.5'V2X+Smart Highway' Solution
4.9.6 'V2X+Mining Area' Solution
4.9.7 V2X Cases
4.10 Datang Mobile
4.10.1 Profile
4.10.2 5G CVIS Solution
4.10.3 Architecture of 5G CVIS Solution
4.10.4 New '5G+AI' Integrated Gateway
4.10.5 Application of 5G CVIS Solution
4.11 Hikailink
4.11.1 V2X Business
4.11.2 CVIS Solution of 'Smart Road + Smart Car + Cloud Control Platform'
4.11.3 CVIS Solution
4.12 PATEO
4.12.1 V2X Business
4.12.2 5G-V2X-BOX
4.13 Baidu
4.13.1 V2X Layout
4.13.2 Apollo CVIS Open-source Solution
4.13.3 Apollo CVIS Open-source Technology Roadmap
4.13.4 Product Technology: Apollo 3.5
4.13.5 Product Technology: Apollo 5.5 Autonomous Driving Platform
4.13.6 Product Technology: Apollo 5.5 Open CVIS Platform with Semantic Map Deep Learning Method Added
4.13.7 Official Release of Apollo 6.0 Platform for Autonomous Driving
4.13.8 CVIS Cases
4.13.9 V2X Cooperation /Application
4.14 Alibaba
4.14.1 CVIS Autonomous Driving Solution
4.14.2 Development strategy: 'Intelligent Expressway' Plan; Planning and Construction of Hangzhou-Shaoxing-Ningbo Intelligent Expressway
4.14.3 Smart Transportation Operating System TBOS
4.15 NavInfo
4.15.1 Important Nodes in the Development of V2X
4.15.2 V2X HD Map Services Based on Edge Cloud
4.15.3 CVIS Dynamic Map Service Cloud Platform
4.15.4 V2X/Intelligent Networked Demonstration Zone Test Service Platform
4.15.5 V2X Cooperation
4.16 Qianxun Spatial Intelligence
4.16.1 Profile
4.16.2 Business Scope
4.16.3 Strategic Layout
4.17 Mushroom Car Networking Information Technology
4.17.1 V2X Business
4.17.2 V2X Application: Suzhou High-speed Rail New Town (HSR)
4.17.2 V2X Application: Beijing Shunyi
4.17.2 V2X Application: Hengyang
4.18 Tencent
4.18.1 V2X Business
4.18.2 Smart Transportation
4.19 Cohda Wireless
4.19.1 Profile
4.19.2 Product: MK5 OBU and MK5 RSU
4.19.3 Product: Features of MK5 OBU and MK5 RSU
4.19.4 Product: Technical Parameters of MK5 Carrier Board
4.19.5 Product: MK6C Solution Based on Qualcomm®9150C-V2X Platform
4.20 Commsignia
4.20.1 Profile
4.20.2 V2X Hardware
4.20.3 V2X Software Stack
4.20.4 Software Stack Integrates with Qualcomm's Snapdragon Automotive 4G and 5G Platform
4.21 Harman
4.21.1 V2X Deployment
4.21.2 V2X Products
4.21.3 Future TCU/T-Box Development Plan
4.21.4 Acquisition of Savari
4.21.5 Savari: Main Products
5. V2X Chip and Module Vendors
5.1 Huawei
5.1.1 Deployment in C-V2X and CVIS
5.1.2 V2X Product Line Layout
5.1.3 Balong 5000 Chip, MH5000 Module
5.1.4 Commercial Roadside Terminal RSU6201
5.1.5 Commercial Roadside Terminal RSU5201
5.1.6 Exploration of CVIS Service Models
5.1.7 V2X Cloud Services
5.2 Qualcomm
5.2.1 V2X Chip
5.2.2 Large-scale Installation of the Third-generation Cockpit Platform
5.2.3 V2X Business
5.2.4 Complete C-V2X Reference Platform for Roadside and Automotive Units
5.2.5 V2X Platform Architecture
5.2.6 The Fourth-generation Cockpit Platform Supporting C-V2X Technology
5.3 GoHigh Data Networks Technology (CICT)
5.3.1 V2X Business Development History
5.3.2 V2X Product Line and Solution
5.3.3 LTE-V2X Module DMD3A and 5G+C-V2X Module
5.3.4 LTE-V2X Module DMD3A, DMD31
5.3.5 C-V2X Communication Module Technology Roadmap
5.3.6 5G+C-V2X Integrated Terminal 'Hongjun'
5.3.7 CVIS Solution Architecture
5.3.8 V2X Solution Cooperation
5.4 Autotalks
5.4.1 Profile
5.4.2 Products
5.4.3 Product Application
5.5 NXP
5.5.1 Product Technology
5.5.2 Product Technology
5.5.3 Automotive T-Box Solution: S32K148-T-BOX
5.5.4 V2X Product Application
5.6 Quectel
5.6.1 Profile
5.6.2 Automotive C-V2X Communication Module Product Line
5.6.3 V2X Automotive Module System Structure
5.6.4 Partners in V2X ITS Software Stack
5.6.5 V2X Developer Platform
5.6.6 V2X Module Application Cases
5.7 ZTE
5.7.1 V2X Layout and Positioning
5.7.2 LTE-V2X Module ZM8350
5.7.3 5G-V2X Automotive Module ZM9200
5.7.4 Y2001 RSU and Y9000 OBU based on ZM9200
5.7.5 C-V2X MEC and Cloud Control Platform
5.7.6 5G Roadside Computing Platform
5.7.7 V2X Cooperation/Application
5.8 Fibocom
5.8.1 Profile
5.8.2 ICV Business
5.8.3 Automotive Products
5.8.4 Telematics Product Advantages
5.9 Morningcore Technology
5.9.1 CX7100 Module and CX1860 Telematics Chip
5.9.2 NEBULA LINK and Datang Mobile's Automotive and Roadside Terminals Based on Morningcore CX7100 Module Solution
5.9.3 Automotive C-V2X Module CX7101 Integrates NEBULA LINK C-V2X National Standard Protocol Stack CWAVE II

Companies Mentioned

  • Genvict
  • Wanji Technology
  • Joyson Electronics
  • Neusoft Group
  • TransInfo Technology
  • Gosuncn
  • CiDi (Changsha Intelligent Driving Institute) Ltd.
  • Datang Mobile
  • Hikailink
  • Baidu
  • Alibaba
  • NavInfo
  • Qianxun Spatial Intelligence
  • Mushroom Car Networking Information Technology
  • Tencent
  • Cohda Wireless
  • Commsignia
  • Harman
  • Huawei
  • Qualcomm
  • GoHigh Data Networks Technology (CICT)
  • Autotalks
  • NXP
  • Quectel
  • ZTE
  • Fibocom
  • Morningcore Technology