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18:40  10 january  2019
18:40  10 january  2019 Source:   rideapart.com

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Talk the talk , walk the walk. Making cars and motorcycles communicate on the road is the ultimate technological accomplishment a number of These were all potential safety scenarios that were demonstrated at CES . A new Ducati Multistrada 1260 and a fleet of Audi and Ford vehicles

Multiple demonstrations were made at CES using Audi, Ford, and Ducati vehicles. One of the key takeaways that are advantageous for motorcycles is Ducati has expressed a strong commitment to safety recently and so far, the bikemaker is sticking to it. The Italian brand is in the process of making

Talk the talk, walk the walk.

Making cars and motorcycles communicate on the road is the ultimate technological accomplishment a number of manufacturers are seeking to fulfill which could, in turn, lead to much safer roads for all vehicles. Ducati has jumped into the race with its “Safety Road Map 2025”, a development strategy that promotes new safety technologies. Earlier this year, the Italian company announced it was working on a vehicle-to-vehicle communication system and tests including a Multistrada 1200 Enduro and a pair of Audi vehicles were already being run in a controlled environment. Ducati now debuted its technology in front of the public at CES 2019 that opened on Monday.

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As a part of the Consumer Electronic Show ® 2019 ( CES 2019), a Ducati Multistrada 1260 as well as Audi and Ford vehicles, demonstrate “C-V2X communication is one of the key projects of the Ducati 2025 safety road map. There’s no better place than CES to talk about our roadmap towards the future”.

Ducati had already teamed up with Audi and Qualcomm to work on developing the C-V2X communication technology. New partner Ford brought its own expertise of “urban mobility” to the table to form a real development powerhouse. The CES demonstration is the latest of a series of around-the-world demos that showcased the vehicle-to-everything communication system.

Ducati Demonstrates How Cars And Bikes Can Talk At CES© RideApart.com Ducati C-V2X System At CES

Vehicle-to-“everything” means the technology will allow vehicles (cars and motorcycles) to communicate among themselves, but also with infrastructures. It will also allow moving vehicles to detect pedestrians and bicycles. These were all potential safety scenarios that were demonstrated at CES. A new Ducati Multistrada 1260 and a fleet of Audi and Ford vehicles, equipped with the C-V2X technology, demonstrated a number of on-road interactions and how the system detected and reacted accordingly.

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MORE DUCATI TECH: Ducati Wants You to Know that There's an App for That. Ducati is developing a vehicle to vehicle "communication" system. The Ducati and Audi demo is part of the Connected Vehicle to Everything (ConVeX) project that currently involves Audi, Ducati , Ericsson, SWARCO, the

One of these interactions was the negotiation of sign-free four-way intersection that involved the system detecting each vehicle involved, sharing intentions, and determining the right of way.

“This demonstration is showing use cases in which advanced technologies can significantly improve the safety of motorcycle users,” said Pierluigi Zampieri, Vehicle Innovation Manager at Ducati Motor Holding. Anupam Malhotra, Director, Connected Vehicles & Data at Audi of America, Inc. added that “The four-way stop use case provides a glimpse of how cooperative driving will be possible with C-V2X in the future. Besides additional safety, C-V2X is designed to also improve comfort and efficiency, which can be applied to both current and future autonomous driving.”

Ducati’s C-V2X system relies on the safety technologies the manufacturer has been and will be adding to its bikes including ABS Cornering that will spread to the entire lineup. The manufacturer’s “Safety Road Map 2025” also relies on the launch of a radar-equipped model for 2020.

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