By Rick Richardson
Wireless engineers, automakers and governments have spent years preparing for a future in which autonomous cars will communicate with each other and sophisticated transportation networks – an initiative known as “cellular vehicle to everything,” commonly abbreviated C-V2X.
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Now, the 5G Automotive Association (5GAA) is offering a road map for mass deployments of automotive communications technologies, and its timeline includes several interesting dates that aren’t as far off as some people might have guessed.