A story woven with ecoDriver aims, milestones and future has been featured on the latest issue of the specialised magazine Thinking Highways. The article reflects on the role of eco-driving systems in a time when progress towards automated driving is in the spotlight.
Providing real-time guidance to drivers can help private motorists and fleet operators save on their fuel expenses as well as reducing CO2 emission. Users of electric vehicles (EVs) can be guided on how to maximise their range, thereby reducing one of the major impediments to the adoption of electro-mobility.
And let’s be realistic: automated driving may provide solutions to many of the negative aspects of road transport, but the widespread use of highly automated vehicles is not going to happen overnight.