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Qualcomm C-V2X Chipset

Old 07-07-22, 04:50 PM
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Qualcomm C-V2X Chipset

I want five of these

Qualcomm Introduces C-V2X for Bicycles
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Old 07-08-22, 08:19 AM
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I want a few million of these......

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I want geofenced speed limiting on cars first. Why give drivers any excuse to drive faster?
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It always amazes me that we can build smart cars that can drive themselves, but we can’t have smart stoplights that detect a bicyclist and change to green to allow me to cross legally.
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Ready to go ride my bike? Let's see, did I charge:
GPS?
Shifters?
Lights?
Qualcomm beacon?

Oops, forgot one. No ride today!
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Originally Posted by Iride01
I want a few million of these......

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I will give you a few million of those, if you can get me a few million of these
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Originally Posted by pdlamb
Ready to go ride my bike? Let's see, did I charge:
GPS?
Shifters?
Lights?
Qualcomm beacon?

Oops, forgot one. No ride today!
This is why cars have electrical systems, to provide juice to everything you're gonna need.
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Old 07-12-22, 09:43 AM
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Originally Posted by hammond9705
It always amazes me that we can build smart cars that can drive themselves
Well, almost.
The technology of the "self driving car" will, I predict, come down to communication between vehicles. The current group of 'self driving' cars relies on sensors to basically avoid collisions and stay on the road. There are, however, exceptions that are clearly described in the owners manual (you know, that big, thick book in the glovebox that no one ever reads?) that will tell you when your 'self driving' car won't work. There are a lot of them, believe me. Until all cars are equipped with vehicle to vehicle communication and self driving technologies, there will always be that one idiot driver that thinks they can drive at 120 MPH and the car will prevent them from crashing. Tesla driver killed while using autopilot was watching Harry Potter, witness says | Tesla | The Guardian All the systems to this point won't overcome the laws of physics. When cars 'talk' to each other to communicate their positions, speed, intended path, and (most importantly) take the human completely out of the equation, then the roads - and 'self driving' cars - will be safer.
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Originally Posted by hammond9705
It always amazes me that we can build smart cars that can drive themselves, but we canít have smart stoplights that detect a bicyclist and change to green to allow me to cross legally.
Actually, I'm pretty sure we don't build cars that actually drive themselves. Smart, yes, but not general self-driving
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