Autoliv, Inc. (NYSE: ALV and SSE: ALIVsdb), the worldwide leader in automotive safety system, today announced that Veoneer, its electronics business, today participated in a geofencing urban environment technology demonstration in Stockholm, Sweden.
Geofencing refers to a geographic zone where the entry, speed and fuel use of connected vehicles can be controlled digitally. Trucks, buses and cars were showcasing the geofencing technology, an important step toward creating a connected transport system with digital infrastructure and shared interfaces.
In 2017, the Swedish government initiated a project to create safer, more climate-smart cities using geofencing technology. The participants in the project, led by the Swedish Transport Administration, include the City of Gothenburg, the City of Stockholm, Veoneer, Scania, Volvo Cars and Volvo Group.
Digitization of the cities’ infrastructure and vehicles is creating new opportunities – connected vehicles can make transport more efficient, improve road safety and reduce climate impact. Geofencing can also play a role in ensuring that cities are better equipped to deal with hostile vehicle attacks.
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“Geofencing is a tangible step toward smart cities. Our current driver assistance systems complement the driver’s senses, saving lives when reducing the number of traffic accidents. As cars become autonomous, the technology in the vehicles will need to be complemented with geofencing infrastructure. This will make the traffic environment safe,” says Ola Boström, VP Research & Patents, Veoneer.
“Geofencing is a crucial part of Intelligent Transport Systems, giving traffic authorities the power to make our cities safer and greener. The showcase by Veoneer and Ericsson demonstrates secure exchange of data between vehicles and digital traffic infrastructure within a geofenced traffic zone. With 5G, travel will become even safer and more efficient with networks automatically prioritizing mission critical communication between intelligent vehicles and infrastructure.”
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