Tata-Motors, Jaguar Land Rover, Green Light With a new technology called Optimal Speed Advisory (GLOSA), it can significantly reduce (or even eliminate) the waiting time from the traffic light.
Jaguar Land Rover experience GLOSA technology in the Jaguar F-Pace SUV and shows how the Internet can be used to connect a vehicle to traffic lights. This connection can be used to report the drive to the optimum driving speed to catch the green front light without stopping or accelerating.
The implementation of this system aims to streamline traffic and eliminate traffic jams. In addition, emissions from braking or acceleration should be reduced, and drivers will be free of bar-driven driving stress.
All traffic lights must be intelligent and connected to the Internet to start this system nationwide. GLOSA technology is currently being tested in the British West Midlands Coventry.
Lee We have developed this technology in partnership with the Coventry City Council, which has ambitious plans for future mobility Col, explains Colin Lee, director of Jaguar Land Rover.