“Until now we have focused on communication between Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles, this collaborative approach is a major stepping stone towards all Connected and Autonomous Vehicles co-operating with each other in the future.”
In March this year, Alphabet executive chairman Eric Schmidt had said that the search engine giant was considering testing driverless cars in Britain.
Last month, stakeholders in the telecoms and automotive industries formed a new coalition to address the 5G requirements of connected cars.
The 5G Automotive Association will include Audi, BMW Group, Daimler, Ericsson, Huawei, Intel, Nokia and Qualcomm.
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