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Ford tests IPM technology as part of UK Autodrive project

Wednesday 17 October 2018 | 19:36 CET | News
Ford has tested Intersection Priority Management technology, enabled by vehicle-to-vehicle communications in Milton Keynes, UK, as part of the UK Autodrive project. The IPM technology is designed to help drivers avoid unnecessary stops at junctions, thereby improving traffic flow and increasing safety and efficiency. It uses V2V communications to co-ordinate with other vehicles nearby, suggesting optimum driving speeds to allow cars to safely pass each other without having to stop. 

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