NEWS COMMENTARY

Audi expands networked traffic light solution to Düsseldorf

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February 03, 2020
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While the vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) feature is already available at more than 10,000 North American intersections, this marks just the second European city, behind Ingolstadt, to implement the technology. We expect the European market to greatly benefit, considering aggressive regional emissions policies and claims of the technology's potential to reduce traffic and fuel consumption. While Audi and project partner Traffic Technology Services (TTS) are seeing increased adoption of this system, clients interested in V2I and connected vehicles should read our report and Tech Page to understand potential use cases and business opportunities across the value chain.

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