Connected Vehicle

BMW to use Avanci 5G vehicle platform

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)– According to the press release BMW Group has inked a 5G connected vehicle license agreement with Avanci. The Avanci 5G Vehicle program provides a license to patented technologies essential for 5G, 4G, 3G, and 2G connectivity, this includes C-V2X technology. Furthermore, the program, launched in August 2023, already has 61 participating licensors.

Kasim Alfalahi, founder and CEO at Avanci, said: “Back in 2017, BMW was the first OEM to believe in the Avanci 4G Vehicle program. Now, continuing their pioneering approach, BMW is one of the leaders in launching 5G connected cars. We delight in welcoming them to Avanci 5G Vehicle, continuing our long-standing relationship. Moreover, we thank them for their ongoing trust and confidence in Avanci and our efficient and transparent one-stop solutions.”

This new Avanci program builds on the success of Avanci 4G Vehicle. Avanci 4G Vehicle license covers more than 130 million connected vehicles on the world’s roads. These vehicles come from more than 80 automotive brands.

Avanci creats with a vision of transforming how it shares the technology. Moreover, it ensure that it recognize and reward the work of thousands of inventors around the world. At the same time, by simplifying technology access, we enable companies to build exciting new products that are improving the lives of people across the globe, every day.

Details of the Avanci 5G Vehicle program, with participants and terms including early adopter pricing for licensees, can be found at

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