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What does V2R stand for?

V2R stands for Vehicle-to-Roadside (wireless vehicle communication)

This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Information technology (IT) and computers
  • Business, finance, etc.

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9 GHz is a bandwidth set aside by the Federal Communication Commission for the purpose of developing active wireless technology that could support vehicle-to-roadside communication needed to enhance safety and mobility with applications ranging from traffic information to advanced collision avoidance systems.
SwRI[R] will participate in fully integrated demonstrations showcasing Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (VII), vehicle-to-roadside and vehicle-to-vehicle communications applications, and innovative mobility solutions operating on the streets and highways of New York City.
It will use intelligent video processing, audio and visual warning alerts and Dedicated Short Range Communications, a tool approved for licensing by the Federal Communications Commission in 2003 for vehicle-to-roadside communications, to detect probable pedestrian-vehicle collisions.
MOTODRIVE is a roadside network architecture, aimed at supporting the government's VII initiatives, that explores how broadband wireless technology could one day reduce traffic accidents and road congestion by establishing vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-roadside communication capabilities.