The first 5G-connected driverless car in New Zealand has undergone testing on Auckland streets.
Victorian roads will become safer and less congested, with the state government investing in connected and automated vehicles.
The world's first 28 GHz band compatible antenna has reached speeds of 8 Gbps in a 5G connected car.
ACMA has introduced new regulations that will support intelligent transport systems (ITS).
Satellite-based positioning technology will be trialled by members of Maritime Industry Australia Limited (MIAL).
Work has begun on the Trans-Australian Railway to introduce new rail technology between South Australia and Western Australia.
A multimillion-dollar trial of a second-generation, space-based positioning technology system is underway in Australia.
A new signalling system for Perth's urban rail network will be developed over the next two years.
Cohda Wireless has supplied V2X technology for the recently released Cadillac CTS sedan.
Boeing will implement Fujitsu RFID technology for the management of its aircraft components.
An application has been made by Airborne Wireless Network to obtain an experimental licence for system demonstration.
Septentrio has been selected by UNAVCO as the preferred vendor for multiconstellation global navigation satellite system (GNSS) receivers.
The Association of Global Automakers has called on the FCC to provide more certainty on plans to allow Wi-Fi and connected-vehicle applications to share the 5.9 GHz band.