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Volvo Group reserves R & D technology to achieve sustainable development

Volvo Group reserves R & D technology to achieve sustainable development

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Guide: in order to achieve sustainable development, Volvo Group has made a lot of reserves in technology, which is impressive. Marin, vice president of Volvo Group, introduced their road driverless fleet project. In short, the truck will be followed by several cars, equipped with sophisticated sensors and communications

in order to achieve sustainable development, Volvo Group has made a lot of impressive reserves in technology

Malin, vice president of Volvo Group, introduced their "road driverless fleet" project. In short, the truck will be followed by several cars. By equipped with precise sensors and communication systems, the distance, speed and direction will be measured at any time, forming a fleet on the road, and the rear car will automatically adjust according to the vehicle in front. The advantage of this is that it can strengthen traffic safety, improve the utilization rate of highway network, reduce fuel consumption and reduce carbon emissions

the next area being studied is intelligent driving machines. A development trend in the future is that in the whole large construction site, these equipment work by themselves without manual work. These devices can be operated remotely through on-site wireless sensing points, and can carry out engineering operations very quickly and effectively. This long-term goal, using the intelligent mechanical equipment scheme, can almost reduce the accidental damage of equipment to zero, reduce emissions, increase equipment, loss and service life, and most importantly, greatly improve safety performance and efficiency

Volvo Group has very rich experience in the field of hybrid vehicles. It produced hybrid buses in 2010 and launched hybrid trucks in 2011. The next step is plug-in hybrid equipment. Compared with diesel powered buses, plug-in hybrid vehicles will reduce carbon emissions by 75% to 80%

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Volvo has been committed to developing various safe driving technologies, such as the prevention system applied to truck anti-collision. This traffic collision prevention system is a comprehensive system of radar, camera and video camera to provide a prevention mechanism. When the computer predicts that the relevant vehicle or our technical team and R & D engineers actively cooperate with customers is the collision of objects, it will predict, slow down, brake for the driver, and avoid the collision. In 2012, Volvo Group also established a China Sweden road traffic safety research center in cooperation with the Ministry of transport of China and Tongji University

in terms of production, Volvo Group put forward environmental protection requirements for suppliers as early as 1996. In 2007, Volvo Group established the first zero carbon dioxide emission plant in Belgium with significant energy-saving effect. At present, the group has three zero carbon dioxide emission plants in the world, and each plant can reduce carbon dioxide by 10000 tons per year. The group also trained some truck drivers and excavator operators in operation, which can save 5% - 10% of consumption. For example, in China, since 2011, Volvo Construction machinery company has carried out the project of "digging and fighting talent", recruiting 7000 excavator operators and operators to participate in this project to cultivate "more efficient" operators

Volvo Group also pays special attention to recycling. 85% of the parts of Volvo trucks can be recycled. In all new Volvo trucks, 30% of the components are generated from renewable resources. After the refurbishment of the old engine, about 80% of the parts can be recycled and reused. Recently, Volvo Group has just unveiled its first Construction Equipment Remanufacturing center in China, which will become an important driving force for the upgrading of the energy used by the remanufacturing industry in China's construction machinery industry, accounting for about 12% of the total energy consumption of the national economy

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