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|Entertainment - Motorsport|
|Monday, 06 August 2012 21:50|
Daimler has begun testing the system C2X, a communications network which will connect to vehicles fitted to this system.
These tests are beginning with a total of 120 vehicles that are equipped with the system needed to interface with others nearby. Germany has been the venue for these tests. The vehicles get traffic information and send all data to a data processing center, which will be the one to make the calculations and return the information to vehicles.
This system will provide basic information about traffic conditions, making known to drivers of accidents that have occurred, triggering automatically and intermittently the brake lights of cars. In the case of the driver jams may offer an alternative route and even if the lights of the city were connected to the system could also change patterns of these to get traffic as fluid as possible.
These are not the only event held at C2X. Daimler will also do more tests in parallel in California, where its technology center.
In addition to Daimler are several companies that are involved in these investigations, among them are Audi, BMW, Ford, Opel, Volkswagen, Bosch, Continental, Deutsche Telekom and others.
As you can see this is a very interesting technology and so many companies are involved in the sector, it may create one of the most important technological advances in the automotive world. It will be interesting to see the first results and developments that are taking place in this exciting technology.