Valeo develops standalone telematics solutions for vehicle connectivity, letting drivers enjoy innovative safety, navigation and entertainment services.
Valeo’s telematics boxes incorporate geolocation (GPS, Glonass) and mobile telecommunications (2G/3G/4G) technologies, in a single standalone module, to provide the maximum number of connected in-vehicle services and meet new safety and security regulations such as eCall, Era-Glonass and Stolen Vehicle Recovery.
In the event of an accident, the integrated telematics module automatically sends an emergency signal to a help center, which attempts to contact the driver to provide the best possible assistance as quickly as possible. In the event of a breakdown, a call can also be sent to an assistance center.
The information sent regularly by the telematics module to the Internet (Cloud) makes it possible to locate a stolen vehicle or supply information to vehicle fleet remote management and maintenance services.
Telematics control unit: a high-speed connectivity
With its high-speed 3G/4G connectivity abilities, it supports all multimedia services (digital radio, video streaming, web browsing, email) and lets users connect their own mobile devices (smartphones and tablets), so that they can take advantage of one single optimized connection while minimizing radio waves inside the vehicle.
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