Volvo Buses is already using data collected from its vehicles to improve fuel efficiency, safety and uptime. As connectivity continues to rapidly increase, huge potential to transform the whole industry is being unlocked.
This year marks the 50th anniversary since Volvo Trucks’ Accident Research Team began to systematically gather, analyse and act upon in-depth information about real-life traffic accidents. The knowledge gained provides unique value in the development of safety systems and future vehicle designs, with the objective of making trucks and transport safer.
The Volvo Group is at the forefront when it comes to connectivity. With more than one million connected customer assets throughout the world, Volvo Group processes a vast amount of data for its customers – data that can contribute to a better tomorrow.
Safety has always been a focus area for the Volvo Group. It is in our DNA, and it is a natural part of our future. One million connected customer assets contribute to our already strong foundation and open up for new possibilities when it comes to safety.
The world is facing challenges in terms of globalization and urbanization. The demand for even more efficient transportation of both people and goods is growing. When it comes to efficiency, uptime is essential – and connectivity is one of the keys to keep vehicles and machines up and running.