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Tuesday, 14 August 2012
Road rage can be downright nasty at times, and there has been several technological innovations aimed at decreasing congestions on roads, which could lead to safer travel, and perhaps lesser road-rage in the process. Nevertheless, it looks like there’s a live-traffic system being tried in Frankfurt, Germany, in which the respective system has the ability to provide live-traffic info, with the aim of decreasing traffic congestion in the city.

Generally, the project currently undertakes 120 vehicles that would be equipped with something called the car-to-x technology. The respective technology has the ability to communicate with each other, and in general, the entire system is created to help make the roads safer and less congested. The system can distribute basic location data, obstacle warning info, and it can also advises the car behind whenever the car brakes. Generally, the project is a collaboration between universities, research institutes, and telecom providers – but sure enough, we won’t be seeing such systems being implemented in a massive scale in the near future though.

Road Safety Project in Frankfurt

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