Another news around the Swedish car manufacturer Volvo is that it will prepare its top-model cars before the end of 2016 for car-to-car correspondence.
Once presented, Volvo will be the third automaker to offer such an innovation. German car firm Mercedes-Benz and Japanese carmaker Toyota as of now have this technology to offer. It is clear that auto manufacturers are working toward new technologies to enhance the driving experience, and it would not be long when we see numerous others manufacturers adopting for the same.
Volvo shared the subtle elements of this innovation amid the launch of its V90 Cross Country car, which is one of the models that will have car-to-car communication feature.
The set-up permits vehicles to trade data, giving the driver preemptive guidance about street conditions and obstructions further ahead. The Swedish carmaker will prepare all vehicles in the 90 arrangement - S90, V90, and XC90 - before the current year's over, in Europe.
Volvo's tech, which is co-created with Swedish telecom organization Ericsson, is a cloud-based framework which helps the organization break down the data to upgrade the driving experience. In its present structure, cars will have the capacity to send and get notices on smooth streets and different perils.
Numerous different organizations are attempting to create comparable advances far and wide. Audi is trying its vehicle-to-base innovation in purported keen urban communities - a rundown that incorporates Las Vegas and Seattle. So also, Cadillac intends to launch its form of car-to-car communication in some of its models in 2017.
Jaguar, now owned by Tata in its Land Rover will soon begin its ongoing testing of a car-to-car system, both in the UK and the US.