June 22, 2022 – Dubbed vehicle-to-everything (V2X), It’s the on-road extension of “the internet of things,” which is the term for a group of physical objects interconnected through a computer network. In this case, its cars operating within a certain distance from one another.
Vehicle-to-network (V2N) technology expands on V2V and V2I by adding a layer of connection between the car and data centers and cellular networks. This can reduce the delay in information transmission, showing a driver real-time traffic information.
Cars with vehicle-to-pedestrian (V2P) capability can communicate with a pedestrian’s cell phone to alert them of any traffic problems, such as if nearby walkers need to wait before crossing an intersection, for example.