car-to-car communication systems

  • Stuttgart, Aug 11, 2021 - Large potholes are a safety hazard, because if drivers do not recognise them in time, they can no longer take evasive action or reduce their speed. There is also a risk of damage to tyres and the suspension system. In the worst case, accidents can happen.
  • Stuttgart/Eindhoven, Jun 3, 2019 - Working together for more safety in road traffic: In cooperation with HERE Technologies, Tom Tom and the transport authorities in six European countries, Daimler, BMW, Ford and Volvo are testing how information about acutely hazardous situations can be passed on using Car-to-X technology.
  • Sunnyvale, USA, Apr 26, 2017 - Sunnyvale, USA – Today, customers will be able to use both Google Assistant on Google Home and Amazon Alexa with all 2016 and 2017 Mercedes-Benz models in the United States.
    Fuel consumption combined: 6.3 l/100 km; CO2 emissions, combined: 143 g/km*
  • Stuttgart, Jun 14, 2013 - As part of its "Intelligent Drive" strategy, Mercedes-Benz is all set to bring Car-to-X technology to our roads by the end of this year which will enable the exchange of information between individual vehicles as well as between vehicles and the traffic infrastructure. Through the use of Car-to-X communication, information on potential road traffic dangers can be passed on to drivers at an early stage so that they can take appropriate action and even help to avoid critical situations arising in the first place.
  • Stuttgart, Aug 6, 2012 - Social networks have become a well-established way of exchanging information quickly and easily. Now, one of the largest ever field trials of car-to-X communication (C2X) is set to show how this concept can be adapted in order to increase the road safety and efficiency of motor cars. The trial consists of 120 vehicles that will take to the roads of the Rhine-Main region until the end of the year.
  • Stuttgart, Oct 26, 2011 - For many people, unrestricted access to information has become an indispensable part of their daily lives – be it at work or in their leisure time. And what's more, worldwide more and more people are spending increasing amounts of time on the move – particularly also in the car where they want to stay fully "networked" wherever possible.
  • Stuttgart, Oct 11, 2011 - Warning motorists of the end of a traffic jam over the brow of a hill or alerting them to black ice on bridges long before they reach the dangerous spot concerned – this is all set to become reality in the near future with Car-to-X communication. A breakthrough in the wireless exchange of information among vehicles and between vehicles and the traffic infrastructure has now been achieved by a research consortium headed by Daimler AG.
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