New Volvo safety technology reduces risk of motorway rear-end impacts (B-roll, no sound and narration)

Jun 26, 2012 ID: 44215
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Video (2:40, B-roll without sound and narration) presenting the main findings in the the large-scale European Field Operational Test on Active Safety Systems (EuroFOT) study. The study shows that Volvo's safety technology reduces the risk of motorway rear-end impacts by up to 42 percent. The video contains driver scenes with the test cars, animations of the safety systems and interviews with safety experts from Volvo Car Corporation. Spokes persons in order of appearance: John-Fredrik Grönvall, Senior research engineer at Volvo Cars Safety Centre and Daniel Levin, Manager Driver support
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