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Audi networks with traffic lights in Düsseldorf
- “Green wave”: Audi drivers know in advance when traffic lights will switch to green
- Andre Hainzlmaier, head of Connected Services Development: “Audi Traffic Light Information increases convenience, safety and efficiency on the roads”
- Studies show that networked traffic lights help to save fuel
Audi is moving ahead with networked traffic lights in Düsseldorf. After Ingolstadt, the city on the Rhine is the second in Europe in which Audi is introducing its Traffic Light Information service. At the end of January, Audi drivers will see information from around 150 traffic lights in their cockpit, thus increasing their chance of catching a “green wave”. By early summer most of the intersections in Düsseldorf, approximately 450 out of a total of some 600 installations, will be networked. Vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) services like Audi Traffic Light Information increase efficiency, convenience and safety on the roads.