Transportation officials say Wi-Fi sharing bill could interfere with V2V tech

“We’re making sure, first and foremost, the safety needs of the auto industry will be met, while also giving more opportunities for more innovation, more job creation, more economic expansion and more fairness in terms of accessing the internet,” Booker said. The bill has bipartisan supporters in Congress and would require the FCC to evaluate whether Wi-Fi and V2V can co-exist. “We want to get to the point where traffic moves like two schools of fish seamlessly moving together,” Dr. Peter Sweatman said.