Vehicle-to-vehicle communication allows vehicles to interact with each other via radio waves by sending and receiving information. This technology is expected to improve traffic safety, such as in the prevention of vehicle collisions
In the tests, DENSO will conduct vehicle-to-vehicle communication using its in-vehicle communications devices at the Ultra High Frequency band between 669 and 679 MHz, and frequency band between 5811.5 and 5828.5 MHz to measure noise and other conditions while vehicles are travelling
DENSO Abashiri Testing Center Corporation, DENSO’s subsidiary in Abashiri, has proving grounds that will enable an effective comparison of results from tests performed on public roads and those of tests performed on a test track. The tests are scheduled to continue through March 2011
Among the 22 projects approved by MIC at this time, DENSO also is a member of two consortiums for two different projects that will conduct road tests of vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-road communications in different areas of Japan. DENSO will provide its in-vehicle communication devices to the two projects
DENSO Corporation, headquartered in Kariya, Aichi prefecture, Japan, is a leading global supplier of systems and components with sales of 30b$ and 112,000people.