What’s In The World-first Interior Radar System From Volvo Cars?

Kuala Lumpur, 4 October 2022 – A new interior radar feature developed by Volvo Cars’ engineers is designed to be accurate and sensitive enough to detect the tiniest movements at sub-millimetre scale – such as those of a sleeping toddler. It’s the first such feature to cover the entire interior of the car, including the trunk. Volvo Cars’ new radar system which will be included in our forthcoming Volvo EX90 all-electric SUV, is designed to help address a cause of tragedy that has proven all too real for too many families. US government statistics show that since 1998, more than 900 children in the US have died after being left in hot cars. Heartbreakingly, most hot car deaths occur because someone forgot that their child was in the car at the time. Supplement Your Way to Good Health with Kombucha UNIIQ partners with health expert to build awareness and elevate health of Malaysian public Business NewsNews Admin Volvo Cars want to help ensure that no one will be left behind or forgotten. The new interior radar system will first be rolled out as standard, where regulation allows, on the Volvo EX90 that will be revealed on November 9. The feature will also be included in other forthcoming Volvo car models. Technology that supports you With sensors integrated in the overhead console, the roof-mounted reading lamps and the trunk of the car, it is the first interior radar system that can detect sub-millimetre movement in the entire interior of the car. To cover as much of the cabin as possible and sense whether a child or pet has been left in the car, radars are spaced throughout the cabin from front to back, including the rear trunk. “No one chooses to be distracted or tired, but we know it can happen,”…

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The upcoming Volvo EX90 Helps To Keep You Safe Through Understanding

Kuala Lumpur, 25 September 2022 – Ask any person on the street what comes to mind when they think of Volvo Cars, and many will answer: safety. It’s what we’re proud to be known for, it’s what we’ve built our brand on. For us, safety is not a marketing exercise or another regulatory hurdle to clear. It’s at the core of our purpose as a company. As our chief executive Jim Rowan puts it in a new keynote, available for viewing HERE, we’ve been around for almost 100 years as a leader in automotive safety, setting new standards and inventing new technologies that have saved many lives. Regional Drone Ecosystem Players To Gather At iNNOVATE iNNOVATE Tech Show 2022 is produced and organized by Best Events Productions with support by partners – MRANTI, InvestKL, MAJECA, MASSA, SME Corp, MDEC, APARA, MyAIRA, Sunway iLabs and Scaleup Malaysia Business NewsNews Admin In our forthcoming Volvo EX90 all-electric flagship SUV, which will be revealed on November 9, that legacy continues. The standard safety in the EX90 will be beyond that of any Volvo before it. As it should be, because only innovation can drive us forward and make things better. We’ll continue to innovate until cars don’t crash anymore, until we’re 100 per cent carbon free as a company. All in order to protect more lives, in line with our purpose. The EX90 is the start of a new era for Volvo Cars, taking our legacy of safety, quality and innovation into the future. Understanding the human experience So what can you expect in our new Volvo EX90? It’s a car designed to understand you and its surroundings to help keep you, your loved ones and others in traffic safe. It can also get smarter and safer over time, as it learns from…

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Volvo Cars Appoints Johan Ekdahl As New CFO

Kuala Lumpur, 20 September 2022 – Volvo Cars has appointed Johan Ekdahl as Chief Financial Officer, effective September 1, 2022. He has been Volvo Cars’ acting CFO since June this year when he succeeded Björn Annwall who took up a new position as Chief Commercial Officer & Deputy CEO. Johan joined Volvo Cars in 2015 and has led global accounting and group reporting in the company since 2017. Rocket Software Launches Rocket Support for Zowe Rocket Support for Zowe delivers security, applications and support for the Zowe open-source platform for z/OS, enabling any developer to modernize and accelerate mainframe application development Business NewsNews Admin “Johan is a strong leader who combines financial expertise with in-depth knowledge of our business. His background and experience will be crucial in his role as CFO to help us accelerate towards our strategic ambitions and become a fully electric carmaker by 2030”, says Jim Rowan, President and Chief Executive of Volvo Cars. “Our financial position is solid, and we are well equipped to achieve our strategic ambitions. Finance plays a key role on that journey, and I look forward to continuing working with the great Volvo Cars team to drive our sustainable and profitable growth” says Johan Ekdahl, CFO at Volvo Cars. Johan holds a master’s degree in Business and Economics from Gothenburg University. Before joining Volvo Cars, he worked as an authorised auditor at EY.

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