V2X tech rolls out across German city: Page 2 of 2

August 11, 2020 // By Nick Flaherty
V2X tech rolls out across German city
The German city of Ludwigsburg just north Stuttgart has been equipped with V2X technology from Cohda Wireless to enable fire trucks and rescue service teams to get to accidents and emergencies faster. This is the first full roll out of V2X technology in Germany.

SWARCO Traffic Systems GmbH is the largest company in the SWARCO Group and acts as a system integrator for traffic lights and intersection control systems, motorway and tunnel guidance systems, parking guidance systems and charging infrastructure for electric vehicles, including associated software development.

Cohda Wireless’s technology has been applied in other similar systems in Estonia and Finland for a smart pedestrian crossing which alerts pedestrians and other road-users to danger. In Norway, a trial carried out in the 2.2km long Bjørnegård tunnel in Bærum uses Cohda’s vehicle positioning solution, V2X-Locate, to improve vehicle safety.


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