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Volvo Group Passes 1 Million Connected Customer Assets

Auto News - Published on Wed, 09 Oct 2019

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The Volvo Group has delivered more than one million connected customer assets, in terms of delivered trucks, buses, and construction equipment. The large amount of data collected is used to improve productivity by increasing vehicle and machine uptime, reducing emissions and noise, as well as improving traffic and site safety. Mr Martin Lundstedt, President and CEO of the Volvo Group said that “The connected solutions bring increased vehicle and construction equipment uptime for our customers, better safety for drivers, operators and other road users and of course less emissions of carbon dioxide. The first million connected assets is only the start, we arecommitted to remain a leader in this field.”

As more and more people move into cities, the needs for better infrastructure as well as transportation of both people and goods are growing. Mr Lars Stenqvist, Chief Technology Officer at the Volvo Group said that “The Volvo Group is a pioneer in connected vehicles and we use the knowledge and insights we get from connectivity in strategic alliances with customers and other partners to speed up the innovation cycle.”

Volvo Group uses data from connected vehicles and construction equipment to develop solutions that provide real value to the customer as well as to the society at large. For example, connected Volvo buses use Zone Managementto let the vehicle itself use downloaded data to comply with local traffic restrictions such as emission zones, noise zones and areas with speed limits. For owners of construction equipment, trucks and buses uptime is vital. Thanks to the collected data, wear on crucial parts can be predicted, services planned and spare parts ordered in advance all reducing downtime for the owner, thus leading to increased productivity.

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Posted By : Mohan Sharma on Wed, 09 Oct 2019
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