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Qualcomm Webinar: How can upcoming 5G V2X innovations enhance road safety and enable new opportunities for an expanding ecosystem ?
5G V2X capabilities are continuously evolving delivering enhanced system functionalities beyond basic safety with every 3GPP release. With Rel-17, pedestrians will also benefit as V2P capability is introduced, adding another powerful dimension to the ecosystem. Sidelink functionality is also further enhanced, building on foundational 5G technology, effecting new core capabilities benefiting V2X and other verticals. We have a broad 5G portfolio covering several real-world touchpoints and are driving cutting-edge 5G innovations into all of them. In this webinar, we will cover the following:

• New features and enhancements in Rel-17
• Our proposed approach to co-channel coexistence for Rel-18
• Our recommendations in Rel-18 for sidelink ranging and positioning
• Latest demos showcasing a few advanced applications

Please join Qualcomm for this webinar on June 8th, 2021 to learn about some of the most exciting and advanced 5G V2X technologies that my team is working on every day.

Shailesh Patil, Principal Manager/Engineer, Qualcomm Technologies

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Jun 8, 2021 08:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Shailesh Patil
Principal Manager/Engineer @Qualcomm Technologies
Shailesh Patil heads 5G for automotive applications research at Qualcomm Technologies. This includes leading research and 3GPP standardization of C-V2X. Previously, as a rapporteur, he led the standardization of device to device communication in 3GPP LTE. This was for the first time that device-to-device communication was standardized in any cellular standard. He has 102 granted U.S. patents (total of 442 granted patents worldwide). Shailesh got his PhD and MS from University of Texas at Austin in 2006 and 2004 respectively. He has been with Qualcomm Technologies since 2006.