Molex in Illinois Showcasing V2X Technologies at Novi’s Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo

Illinois’ Molex, a supplier of high-speed networking, datacom, rugged industrial, and automotive solutions that enable architecture design and development for intelligent vehicles, is showcasing its next-generation vehicle-to-everything communication capabilities at the Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo 2019 Aug. 21-23 at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi.
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Molex is showcasing its V2X technology at the Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo 2019 at the Suburban Collection Showplace. // Image courtesy of Molex

Illinois’ Molex, a supplier of high-speed networking, datacom, rugged industrial, and automotive solutions that enable architecture design and development for intelligent vehicles, is showcasing its next-generation vehicle-to-everything communication capabilities at the Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo 2019 Aug. 21-23 at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi.

The solution is designed to solve connectivity challenges OEMs face with autonomous cars, development of simulation technology, and safety testing and regulations.

“We are deeply committed to a leadership role addressing the connectivity challenges of V2X to provide seamless communication with the cloud, which is critical for connected vehicles,” says Bill Cooke, director of product management value-added service and connected vehicle solutions at Molex. “As a trusted Tier 1 supplier to the world’s leading automotive brands, Molex antenna designs are essential to the development of vehicle connectivity devices as well as V2X communication systems.”

To meet the rising demand in the automotive industry for data bandwidth, the role of the vehicle antenna becomes pivotal. The latest enhancements from Molex will allow for a more powerful connected infrastructure and networks to keep pace as autonomous vehicles are adopted.

Molex has a presence in more than 40 countries and offers solutions and services for data communications, consumer electronics, automotive, medical, and industrial.

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