As part of its ‘Over the horizon’ research, Jaguar Land Rover is developing a vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) system that will enable vehicles to communicate with each other using wireless technology. Benefits and features of the system include: warning drivers of upcoming hazards that may not be visible – for example, around a bend in the road; enabling emergency vehicles to communicate with with regular vehicles to prevent delays; and overall increased road safety. The system is currently being demonstrated at Jaguar Land Rover’s testing facility in Warwickshire, UK.
Jaguar Land Rover tests new V2V system designed to improve road safety
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