Denso launches new ‘Smart Mobility Ecosystem’ in US state Ohio

Corporate developments

The project will test and implement infrastructure technologies, create mobility services, and gather data that are vital to improve road and pedestrian safety and reduce travel times

Denso is investing USD1.42 million to launch a ‘Smart Mobility Ecosystem’ in Dublin, Ohio, United States, the company said in a press release on 14 August. The Japanese automotive supplier is collaborating with the City of Dublin, the Ohio State University, Connected Signals, DERQ and No Traffic for its Smart Mobility System project which is designed to enhance transportation.

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