Volvo will bring the latest safety technology to its vehicles for the US marketNovember 20, 2020
Volvo is looking to introduce slippery road warning and emergency stop warning technologies in its vehicles for the North American market.
These functions will be able to send data to the cloud service and warn drivers of other cars about low traction or that a car in front of them has stopped in an emergency light.
In other words, the system will work roughly like the Yandex.Maps service in Russia – any stop with the alarm on will be recorded in the “cloud” and sent to other Volvo owners. The data will be transmitted automatically and anonymously. This technology will prevent road accidents.
It is reported that these features will be rolled out by default to all vehicles of the brand starting in the 2021 model year. Warnings can be disabled in the on-board computer, but the manufacturer advises against doing this.
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