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James Nadolski FAE at Redpine Signals discusses the WaveCombo with Tom Varcie of OpenSystems Media. WaveCombo is an integrated ultra-low-power multi-protocol wireless solution designed to drive adoption of the autonomous vehicles by way of V2X capabilities. #tudetroit
DSRC integration connects IVI and V2X for the connected car at TU-Automotive 2016
Tom Varcie of OpenSystems Media discusses Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ZigBee, and the Internet of Things with Sailaja...
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