V2x means cars connecting with each-other, with city infrastructure, etc. and sharing road information to increase safety or convenience. What are the latest innovations in V2x, and what point solutions are startups offering for carmakers? We’ll find out at our V2x meeting!

  • Date: 3/12/2024 08:30 AM
  • Location Hyundai CRADLE, Mountain View, CA, USA (Map)
  • More Info: Remote Access Available for Autotech Council Members




Autotech Council members representing carmakers and their T1 vendor partners meet monthly in Silicon Valley to review new technologies and a handful of mobility, transportation, and automotive companies and solutions coming out of the technology industry's entrepreneurial community across the globe. 


V2x, short for Vehicle to Anything, encompasses a broader concept than just V2V (Vehicle to Vehicle), as it involves cars sharing information with infrastructure, governments, and other vehicles, essentially creating a connection to the cloud. Despite the long-standing recognition of the benefits of V2x dating back to the last century, we have yet to see substantial progress or standardized implementations. 

During the Autotech Council's meeting on V2x, we will delve into the opportunities, share case studies, and offer insights into the world of V2x. We will also have the privilege of meeting the innovators behind solutions that can be implemented in the near term.


Although the Call for Speakers closed on Jan 15, some opportunities available to market leaders, topic experts and startups innovating in this segment are still available, including in-room demo and meeting tables. If open, options will be available during online registration. 


Regular participants to Autotech Council meetings include tech scouts, innovation strategy, partnership executives and corporate development delegates from:

  • Carmakers & OEMs
  • Tier 1 Automotive Vendors
  • Mobility investors & CVCs
  • ...AND, the live and growing list of this month's registered attendees will be linked above 2 weeks before the meeting