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Bosch proposed future traffic solutions to deal with the process of urbanization

1/10/2018 10:21 AM
According to data released by the United Nations, nearly two-thirds of the world's population will live in big cities by 2050. In 2014, the ratio was only one-half. In the process of accelerating urbanization, the challenges that need Common Rail to be addressed are also gradually increasing. Therefore, at 2018 CES exhibition, Bosch has brought many cutting-edge technology, mainly for the future needs of urban intelligence, propose solutions.

   Urban traffic will increase by nearly one-third by 2050 and Bosch is committed to zero-accident, zero-worrying, zero-emission future traffic. At CES 2018, Bosch presented several solutions related to future traffic. About half of the smart city projects that Bosch is involved in are urban transport and the parking problem is even more of a focus. U.S. drivers spend up to 40 hours a year on traffic congestion, generating as much as $ 160 billion in waste. Just looking for parking places consumed nearly one-third of the time, Bosch's solution precisely for such a pain point. Community parking in Bosch makes finding a parking space no longer difficult. As the car travels along curbside, it automatically recognizes and measures the gap distance between parked vehicles. This information is transmitted in real time to the electronic parking map, where drivers can find seats directly. Bosch has piloted the project in some cities in Germany, including Stuttgart. There will be as many as 20 U.S. cities piloting this year, including Los Angeles, Miami and Boston. In early 2018, Bosch and Daimler will jointly launch a new valet parking service. Cars in the parking Common Rail Nozzle lot at the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart will be parked automatically without any driver intervention. This service not only eliminates the hassle of parking, but also makes parking more efficient - up to 20% more space in the same space. Key technologies for automatic parking include an intelligent parking garage infrastructure that can interface with onboard software. Bosch recently won the 2017 Frost \u0026 Sullivan Technology Innovation Award for this automated valet parking solution.

   As of March 2018, all new cars sold in the European Union will be forced to be equipped with the 'eCall' emergency call system, which will be activated at the time of the crash. 'ECall' is a communication system used by the EU for automatic rescue plan for traffic accidents. The system automatically dials rescue calls when an accident occurs in a vehicle. This helps to speed up the rescue and reduce the congestion costs caused by traffic accidents, facilitate the provision of rescue services and help to ensure the safety of rescue workers. For previously sold models, Bosch has brought eCALL's back-mounted products, the installation is very simple, just plug in the car's 12V power outlet Common Rail Injector can be applied to any passenger car. In addition to making an emergency call in the event of an accident, it monitors the driver's driving behavior and keeps the driver protected from potential dangers.

   Bosch proposed that a combination of a variety of Unicom models is suitable for future urban transport trips, and in Berlin, they are also trying to combine cars with two-wheeled electric vehicles.

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