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05 04 2017 02

Governments and carmakers should share traffic data to improve global traffic safety, Volvo Cars CEO Hakan Samuelsson said Monday.

Speaking at a European Union conference on connected and automated driving, the Volvo chief said the Swedish carmaker has, for two years already, been sharing anonymized data with local authorities in Sweden and Norway.

“We think this type of data sharing should be done for free, for the greater good and to the wider benefit of society,” Samuelsson said. “I call on other carmakers and governments to work with us.”

Using a cloud-based network, Volvos in Sweden and Norway can advise other connected Volvo vehicles of icy road conditions ahead, or they can warn drivers when a vehicle ahead has turned on its hazard lights.

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