How V2V technologies broke the mould of development process

During the long wait for policy decisions, the V2V industry has not sat idle; the technologies have been pushed beyond the initial goals of Ann Arbor’s safety pilot.

Telematics Update have gathered expert analysis from leaders at Ford, Center for Automotive Research, MTS and Virginia Transportation Tech Institute and compiled them into an in-depth whitepaper analysis on the future of V2V.

The report examines the challenges ahead for V2V beyond Ann Arbor, providing you with a thought provoking summary of the most crucial industry issues to shape your business strategy and define your focus for the coming road safety revolution.

Access the whitepaper here: telematicsupdate.com/whitepaper

Let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks,

Meredith
Meredith Evans
Project Director | Telematics Update
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