OmniAir Hosts Premier Connected Vehicle Forum in San Francisco

OmniAir is proud and excited to announce our dynamic line-up of speakers and topics focused on vehicle-to-everything (V2X) technology. On October 16, 2017, OmniAir will host the connected vehicle workshop at the Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s  Bay Area Metro Center.

The discussions will be spirited, lively, and informative as OmniAir pulls together key players with differing viewpoints on the path forward. Those participating include Toyota, Qualcomm, Panasonic, UL, Metropolitan Transportation Commission, Colorado DOT’s Road X Project, Integrity Security Systems, HERE Technologies, and Contra Costa Transportation Authority, among others.

Workshop Topics:

  • V2X Interoperability and Testing
  • Vehicle Connectivity Around the World
  • Automotive Cybersecurity
  • Future Trends in Connected and Autonomous Vehicles

“Ensuring interoperability for vehicle-to-everything (V2X) technologies is essential to widespread adoption of connected and automated vehicles,” remarked Jason Conley, Executive Director of OmniAir Consortium. “This workshop will examine how government and industry are working together to address critical challenges, including testing, certification, cybersecurity, and spectrum policy.”

This one-day policy workshop kicks-off the week-long Plugfest by the Bay 2017, held at the UL facility in Silicon Valley. There will be over 30 companies participating including test laboratories, test tool providers, and device manufacturers striving toward establishing interoperable devices for connected vehicles.

If you are a device manufacturer, test equipment provider, test laboratory, deploying agency, or have an interest in V2X technology, the workshop should not be missed.

To register or learn more about the OmniAir Connected Vehicle Workshop and Plugfest by the Bay 2017, explore our website, follow us on Twitter at or like our Facebook page at To apply for media credentials, please contact Ryan Hall,

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