Two million Stellantis vehicles in North America (including 2018-and-newer Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, and Ram vehicles) are already equipped to receive digital alerts across the United States and Canada from the more than 3,200 public safety agencies, roadside assistance fleets, and transportation agencies with vehicles and equipment connected to Safety Cloud.
When these Stellantis vehicles are approaching hazards in the roadway, drivers receive advance warnings, giving them time to make safer, smarter driving decisions.
The new digital alerting being debuted at COVESA, on the CES show floor, and via private demo drives expands the capabilities of Safety Cloud for vehicle manufacturers by enabling their vehicles to also send messages to other vehicles connected to Safety Cloud when necessary.
For example, when HELP from integration partner Emergency Safety Solutions is activated to warn oncoming drivers of vehicles disabled or stopped and vulnerable on the road, Safety Cloud delivers alerts to approaching drivers through in-vehicle systems and navigation apps that a hazard is ahead, reducing the risk of potential collisions.
The unveiling of this breakthrough capability at CES 2024 marks a major advancement in the world of connected vehicles and represents a significant step towards achieving safer and more efficient transportation networks.
To request a demo drive of this capability, please submit a request form via haasalert.com/ces-2024. Demo drives from January 10 through January 12 will commence just outside the West Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.