LONDON, Oct. 04, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Visiongain publishes new report entitled: ‘Automotive Vehicle to Everything (V2X) Communications Market 2018-2028’

Visiongain states that “Automotive V2x Communication Technologies set to reach 95.9 Million Units In 2018”

The automotive industry is undergoing a series of transitions, the industry moving towards digitalization and connected mobility. There has been a significant rise in the use of electronics in the vehicles. The vehicles today have shifted from being a conventional vehicle to intelligent vehicles and are equipped with communication systems that alert or assist the driver with a potential accident. Moreover, the rising consumer demand for convenience features has enforced various OEMs to incorporate V2X communication systems. The implementation of the V2X communication will not only increase the safety aspect but will also provide an enhanced driving experience. The integration of various communication technologies and safety features has enhanced the convenience aspect of the vehicles. Moreover, the consumer demand for such features has acted as a catalyst to the market growth.

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The driverless cars or autonomous cars concept is still under the research phase and its commercialization is expected to take time. However, the incorporation of V2X communication technologies will help towards achieving driverless mobility. A definite regulatory framework pertaining to the integration of V2X technologies will be a key aspect to the implementation of these technologies. As the automotive V2X concept is all about communication between the automobiles, it is subjected to threats such as hacking and manipulation. Hence, the security of the data communication will be a critical aspect for the growth of the market.

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The Visiongain report analyst commented, “Every automotive manufacturer is aggressively rolling out its plans for self-driving cars with the goal of having its entire fleet being connected. Hence, there is a lot of excitement and a resurgence in the automotive market. V2X technology will help develop the autonomous driving technology, and it will make roadways much safer for everyone.”

Leading companies featured in the report who are developing V2X technologies include BMW AG; Daimler AG; General Motors; Toyota Motor Corporation; Volkswagen Group. Leading suppliers include players such as Arada Systems; Cohda Wireless; Denso Corporation and Kapsch TrafficCom.

Notes for Editors
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Companies listed in this report include:

Abalta Technologies, Inc.
Adam Opel AG
ADT Security Services
Alcatel-Lucent
Alibaba
Alpine Electronics of Silicon Valley
Alpine Technology Fund
Amiti Ventures
Amsterdam Group
Apple
Aptina LLC
Arada Systems
Arynga
AT&T
Audi AG
Autosense International
Autotalks Ltd.
Birds Eye Systems
BMW I Ventures
BMW AG
BMW Group
Bosch Group
CarIQ Technologies
Cetecom GmbH
Chrysler Group LLC
Cisco
Cisco Internet Business Solutions Group
Citibank
Clarion
Cloudmade
Cohda Wireless Pty
Connected Vehicle to Everything of Tomorrow (ConVeX)
Continental AG
Covisint
Crash Avoidance Metrics Partnership (CAMP) consortium
CSR
CyberAgent Ventures
DAF
Daimler AG
Dash Labs
Delphi
Delphi Automotive LLP
Delphi Automotive PLC
Denso Corporation
Denso International America, Inc.
DGE Inc
Dolby Laboratories, Inc.
dSPACE
Econolite Group
Elliott Management
Enel
Ericsson
escrypt GmbH
eTrans Systems
Fiat Chrysler Automobile (FCA)
Flex
Fluidtime Data Services GmbH
Ford Motor Corporation
Freescale Semiconductor
Gemini Israel Funds
General Motors Company
Getaround
Glympse
GM
Google Inc
GreenRoad
Hersteller Initiative Software (HIS)
Hitachi Automotive
Hitachi Ltd
HKT Limited
Honda
Honda R&D Americas
Huawei Technologies Co. Limited (Huawei)
Hyundai Motor Company
Hyundai Ventures Investment Corporation
Infineon Technologies AG
Intel Capital
Jaguar Land Rover
JustPark
Kapsch Trafficom AG
Kathrein Automotive
Kerala State Women's Development Corp
Kia
Laird
LeddarTech
Lesswire AG
LG Electronics (LG)
Life 360
LOC & ALL
Lyft, Inc
Magma Venture Partners
MAN Group
Marben
Maruti Suzuki
Mazda
Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport
Mercedes-Benz
Mercedes-Benz R&D North America
Microsoft
Mitsubishi
Mitsui & Co
MKI USA, Inc.
NEC GmbH
Nissan Motor Company
Nokia Oyj
Nuvve
NVIDIA Corporation
NXP Semiconductors
OmniAir Testing and Certification Consortium
OnRoad
OnStar
Panasonic Automotive Systems
PARC (Palo Alto Research Center)
Persistent Venture Fund
Prospect Silicon Valley (ProspectSV)
PSA Peugeot Citroen
QMIC
QNX Software Systems
Qualcomm Atheros
Qualcomm Incorporated
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
Qualcomm Ventures
Renault S.A
Renesas Electronics America Inc
Renesas Electronics Corporation
Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co KG
RoyalTek
Rsystems International
SAIC Motor
SAIC USA Inc.
Samsung
Savari Inc.
Savari Networks
Schneider Electric
Security Innovations
Siemens AG
Silver Point Capital
Smart
Smart Mobility Consortium
SPARX Group Co., Ltd. (SPARX Group)
Spirent Communications plc
Streetline
SugarOak Holdings
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC)
Suzuki
Swarco Traffic Ltd
SWARCO Traffic Systems
Tass International
TATA Consultancy Services (TCS)
TE Connectivity
Telstra
Telvent Tráfico y Transporte
Tesla
Texas Instruments
Thunder Software Technology
Toyota InfoTechnology Center USA
Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC)
Toyota Research Institute
Transportation Technology Ventures
Trusted Computing Group (TCG)
Twitter
UMC Capital
Vector Group
Verizon Communications
Verizon Enterprise Solutions
Verizon Ventures
Vidder Inc
Visteon Corporation
Vodafone
Volkswagen AG
Volkswagen Bank GmbH
Volkswagen Financial Services AG
Volkswagen Financial Services Digital Solutions GmbH
Volkswagen Group Research
Volvo AB
VW
Waze
ZF
ZMP
Zoomsafer