USDOT held six driver acceptance clinics across the country between August 2011 and January 2012 to gather feedback from 688 drivers who participated in tests of vehicle-to-vehicle communications.
What does V2V stand for?
V2V stands for Vehicle-To-Vehicle (communication)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 6 other meanings of V2V in our Acronym Attic
- Voice and Video Over Internet Protocol
- Virtual to Physical
- Vasopressin-2 Receptor
- Vehicle-to-Roadside (wireless vehicle communication)
- Virtual to Real
- Vision to Reality (mobile computing; Schriesheim, Germany)
- V-Groove on Two Sides (lumber)
- Vision to Technology
- Voice to Text (telecommunications)
- Vendor to Vendor
- Verilog to VHDL (VHSIC (Very High Speed Integrated Circuits) Hardware Description Language; command line tools)
- Vienna to Venice
- Virtual to Virtual (operating system migration)
- Steady initial climb speed with all engines operating (aviation)
- Third Variable Region
- Version 3 - Militarized
- Version 3.0 (software; various companies)
- Voodoo 3 Graphics Card
Samples in periodicals archive:
The company also will provide wireless communication devices for technology demonstrations of both vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-roadside communications.
The vehicle uses vehicle-to-vehicle communications to alert drivers of oncoming vehicles at blind intersections or on twisting roads where visibility is limited.
Test Results Seven vehicle-to-vehicle rear-end impact tests were conducted at impact speeds ranging from 2 to 6.
Technology Partnership enables delivery of automotive grade RF VLSI for 2015 model year KFAR-NETTER, Israel & CORBEIL ESSONNES, France -- Autotalks and Altis Semiconductor today announced that they have reached a cooperative agreement on the development of Autotalks' PLUTON automotive grade vehicle-to-vehicle RF transceiver, to be manufactured by Altis Semiconductor.
The latter solution is the one General Motors is focusing on, including what's called vehicle-to-vehicle communications technology (V2V).
Vehicle Infrastructure Integration Consortium Deploys Parvus DuraCOR 1100 for Vehicle-to-Vehicle and Vehicle-to-Roadside Communication SALT LAKE CITY -- Parvus Corporation today announced that the Vehicle Infrastructure Integration Consortium (VIIC) has selected the Parvus DuraCOR[TM] 1100 computer for the federally funded Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) initiative aimed at reducing highway congestion and automotive crashes.
Raising the issue of efficient traffic management involves another element even less-developed at present: vehicle-to-vehicle communication.