Donald Grimm, General Motors' staff researcher, global research and development, on how cellular communications could help increase market penetration of V2X.
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There's plenty of promise to V2X technology – and the tech is fairly mature. But without enough market penetration, drivers and society won't realize the potential benefits. TU’s Susan Kuchinskas talks to Donald Grimm, General Motors' staff researcher, global research and development, about how cellular communications could help increase that market penetration and, in the process, add value to V2X.
Grimm has more than 20 years of research and development experience at GM, where he has worked on the development of in-vehicle networking protocols and simulation tools, as well as traditional and wireless-based active safety systems.
Susan Kuchinskas is a regular contributor to Telematics Update.
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