Following an agreement entered into, Volvo Cars will now be supported by Tech Mahindra’s Infrastructure Management Services (IMS) practice team. Tech Mahindra Limited, leaders in connected solutions will offer IT infrastructure support and services to Volvo Car Group in various countries all across the globe including Sweden, Belgium and China.
Infosys, the Bangalore based leaders in consulting, technology and outsourcing solutions has announced on Monday that it has won a contract to develop and provide software applications for Volvo cars global operations. This is a multiyear contract to develop technology applications to support Volvo’s marketing and sales strategies besides customer service, manufacturing, product development and corporate functions.
Automaker’s are continually working on tech and systems to improve driver safety. Preventing accidents has come a long way through driver detection systems that can determine when a person behind the wheel is tired or sleepy and needs to take a break. Smart tech can detect if a driver’s eyes are closed or what the driver is looking at.
Volvo has now unveiled the two door Concept Estate station wagon at the Geneva Auto Show. This Concept Estate will follow Volvo’s Concept Coupe which made its presence felt at Frankfurt Auto Show in September 2013 and Concept XC Coupe seen at the Detroit Auto Show in January this year.
Volvo Car Group will reveal its new in-car control system designed around a large tablet-like touch screen at use the Geneva Motor Show. The system simplify’s and enhances the way drivers operate their cars, and will be introduced in the Volvo XC90 later in 2014.
Volvo Cars demonstrates the world’s first delivery of food to the car – a new form of “roam delivery” services. The service, which will be showcased at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, allows consumers to have their shopping delivered straight to their car, no matter where they are.