Car connectivity

The transport conundrum solved

The EU’s world-leading automotive industry has been a motor of its economy for decades. To maintain this lead and achieve sustainable mobility, Europe must make full use of the opportunities offered by digital technologies. The European Commission has already taken important steps to make this happen.

Member of the European Automotive-Telecom Alliance (EATA) and the 5G Automotive Association (5GAA) 

Huawei is joining hands with public and private partners across Europe to drive this process forward, collaborating with car makers to connect vehicles, conducting field trials and joining the policy debate on standards for the future connected road ecosystem.

PSA's DS 7 first car to feature Huawei Connected Car Solution

Widely regarded as offering a clear evolutionary roadmap towards 5G infrastructure, we believe that LTE-V2X (vehicle to everything) technology will be fundamental to delivering Europe’s long-term mobility objectives. Huawei is already demonstrating V2X applications together with European partners.

Fraunhofer FOKUS is integrating the first commercial LTE-V2X products from Huawei

Successful V2X demos with PSA and Audi
Launch of connected car strategy in 2018
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