V2V

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V2V

(1) (Vehicle-to-Vehicle) Wireless communications between vehicles on the road. See V2X.

(2) (Virtual to Virtual) The migration of one virtual machine (VM) to another VM platform. See V2P, P2V and virtual machine.

(3) (Vision to Venture) See SXSW.
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Called car-to-car or vehicle-to-vehicle communication, it lets cars broadcast their position, speed, steering-wheel position, brake status, and other data to other vehicles within a few hundred meters.
Car-to-car communication should also have a bigger impact than the advanced vehicle automation technologies that have been more widely heralded.
recently announced having begun real-world testing of future technologies as part of a research program aimed to advance car-to-car and car-to-infrastructure communication in Europe.
Auto Business News-August 9, 2012--Daimler AG to test car-to-car wireless data systems(C)1994-2012 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
Addressing both data and control network systems, articles discuss technological topics such as commercial and military applications, car-to-car and car-to-infrastructure systems, railway remote control, and network security and dependability as well as subjects including communications protocol standardization and inter-industry and international cooperation.
Its range has been extended to address requirements for car-to-car communication and remote diagnostics.
This isn't a quote from some telematics guru outlining the need for car-to-car and car-to-infrastructure communication.
Banked turns, car-to-car and car-to-wall collisions test reflexes and driving competence as players compete against 23 other race cars (the other leading games have only 12) to win the checkered flag.
And at its R&D facility in Warren, GM is testing what's likely to be the first generation of car-to-car communications.