Roads and cars with a connection I2V (Infrastructure-to-vehicle) and V2X(Veichle-to-everything), for a game-changing travel experience.

On connected infrastructures, roads and car now talk to one another

The digitizing of MOVYON infrastructure assets on motorways and roads will allow for the exchange of information between infrastructuresand vehicles, and between one vehicle and another. Initially this dialogue will be mainly I2V, Infrastructure-to-vehicle, later it will be upgraded to V2X, Vehicle-to-everything, thus allowing for communication between vehicles, road assets and other users, for instance pedestrians.

Advantages for managers and for drivers



traffic flow


Data collection

regarding driver preferences and styles


Enhanced CX

for a more secure and safer road system

MOVYON innovation on board the solution


I2V-V2I with 5G

MOVYON is experimenting with testing I2V-V2I communication by using an Internet-connected platform, which users can access through their smartphones, possibly 5G. This approach, complementary to other short-range technologies, will allow for maximum scalability and flexibility in its future developments.



This technology is based on a European standard derived from the DSRC short range protocol IEEE 802.11.p. It is chosen with a view adopted to maximum achieve the utmost interoperability and close partnership with other interconnected motorway operators: it allows for coexistence with other technologies based on DSRC 5,8 ghz – Electronic Toll Collection – and digital tachograph.


Communication technologies

The V2X communication platform between vehicle and road infrastructure is direct and bi-directional. Setting up a platform allows for processing data sent directly by the RSU or by ASPI systems, and for directing the information packages. The vehicle thus receives the information and sends them it to the car, thanks – for example – to infotainment.


Data collection and aggregation

This solution makes it possible to allow anonymously collecting the driver’s data in anonymous format, then aggregate them inside the traffic control center, which collects information about all vehicles on the road network. Having heterogeneous information results in a competitive edge, especially during the first technological transition phase, where connected vehicles and others will have to coexist, still allowing in any case for the exchange of reliable and safe information.